Water Inspection

EPA Restoring State and Tribal Power to Protect Waterways

The Environmental Protection Agency is restoring a rule that provides states and Native American tribes the authority to pipelines that may pollute waterways.

Bill on Thresholds for Chemicals in Drinking Water Advances

A bill that wants to establish maximum contaminant levels in drinking water advances to the House for approval.

Dayton Sues Air Base, Defense Department for Water Pollution

The city of Dayton sues for water contaminants that entered into the city's drinking water.

Chemicals from Backflow are Likely Cause of San Angelo Water Issue

Chemicals may be to blame for tainted water in San Angelo, Texas water system.

Electro Scan Completes Trial Project for new Pipeline Inspection Technology

Electro Scan announced that it has completed a trial project of its new pipeline inspection technology with Sydney Water, Australia’s largest water utility.

Report: Drinking Water Contamination Rampant Across U.S.

The EPA doesn’t have a tap water contamination database and doesn’t provide any information on specific contaminant levels at water systems. But according to Environmental Working Group Senior Scientist David Andrews, they should.