Water Asset Management

Notice of Violation Issued After Treated Wastewater Spill

Delaware officials issued a notice of violation after a contractor damaged a pipeline and treated wastewater spill into a creek.

Details of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Plan Affecting the Underground Construction Industry

The numbers are out for the bipartisan infrastructure plan that will allocate money to help improve the country's infrastructure.

Clarksburg Makes $416K Available to Address Lead Water Lines

West Virginia officials are addressing lead found in some customers' drinking water in Clarksburg by allocating $416,000 to fix the issue.

Virginia Budget Covers Water Projects, Broadband Infrastructure

Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam proposed more spending proposals to invest in clean water projects among other infrastructure investments.

Michigan Water Leader Quits Weeks After Floods

A water leader for the Great Lakes Water Authority resigns weeks after thousands were affected by severe sewage backups near Detroit.

Des Moines Wastewater Sampling Helps Track Coronavirus

Wastewater sampling in Des Moines will help track coronavirus spread.

$65M Settlement Proposed in New York Polluted Water Lawsuit

A settlement was proposed for a federal class-action lawsuit over the contamination of the water supply in Hoosick Falls in upstate New York.

Shelby Co. Wins First Grant from State Clean Water Program

Shelby County in Kentucky received a $250 million grant toward its Cleaner Water Program.

EPA Water Chief Discusses Clean Water Protections in an AP Interview

AP reporters speak with EPA Water Chief Radhika Fox to discuss water regulation.

EPA Grant to Help Grand Rapids Replace Lead Service Lines

The EPA provided a $5.1 million grant to replace service lines in Michigan.

Des Moines Water Officials Lift Water-Use Restriction

Des Moines officials lift a local water use restriction due to the ease of drought conditions.

EPA Joins Review of Lead Water Lines in Clarksburg, West Virginia

Federal regulators have joined West Virginia officials in reviewing lead service lines in Clarksburg for elevated levels of the toxin in drinking water.

US Agency Offers $307 Million for Rural Water Projects

Officials will provide $307 million in grants for rural water infrastructure.

Firm Recommends Mississippi City to Improve Water System

A firm suggests Vicksburg to spend $18.6 million on its water system.

Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater Plant Receives Award for Outstanding Performance

Aqua Pennsylvania was granted an award for outstanding performance from the Partnership for Clean Water.

Activists Urge Missouri Officials to Block Ameren Wastewater Plan

Critics of the Ameren wastewater plan urge Missouri regulators to bar the plan over its threat to wildlife.

Chemical Could Impact Water Downstream from Treatment Plant

A wastewater treatment plant released a chemical that may impact water intakes near Greensboro, North Carolina.

Tribe Becomes Key Water Player with Drought Aid to Arizona

A tribe in Arizona works with state officials to combat droughts and improve water quality.

Iowa City Faces Extreme Measures to Find Clean Water

Des Moines faces difficulty finding clean water after spending millions to fix contaminated water.

House Approves $715 Billion Transportation, Water Bill

The House approved a bill that will invest in U.S. infrastructure.

Pennsylvania American Water and Valley Township Invite Customers to Participate in Public Hearing on Water Acquisition

Pennsylvania water utilities invite customers to a public hearing on water and wastewater acquisition.

Environmentalists Sue Over Wastewater Leak in Florida

Environmentalists in Florida filed a lawsuit over the hazardous wastewater in Tampa Bay caused by a leaky reservoir.

Company Purchases 26 Mississippi Wastewater, Water System

The Great River Utility Operating Company has purchased 26 water and wastewater systems in Mississippi.

Michigan Homes on Tainted Wells Near Airport Will Get City Water

Homes near the Grand Rapids-area airport could soon be connected to a public water source to access better drinking water.

New Mexico Struggles with Funding Drinking Water Projects

Drinking water infrastructure in New Mexico lacks funding as droughts persist.

Biden Picks Career Water Policy Adviser to Lead Water Agency

Biden chooses Camille Touton as his nomination to lead the agency that oversees water and power in the U.S. West.

Georgia Water Utility Pays Former Leader $1.4M to Depart

A Georgia water utility pays its former leader $1.4 million in a settlement.

Company Agrees to Settle Alleged Clean Water Act Violations

Phoenix Petroleum agrees to pay a penalty in a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency.

Citgo to Pay $19.7M for Louisiana Wastewater Spill Damage

Citgo agreed to pay $19.7 million for environmental damage from a 2006 wastewater spill.

Massachusetts City Reaches $100M Settlement to Repair Sewers

The city of Quincy reached a settlement to repair its stormwater system after facing several violations of the Clean Water Act.