Potable Water | Drinking Water
Potable water means "drinking quality water" and urban communities treat rainwater and river water, etc. heavily to remove pollutants and even balance the softeners.
Suck Contaminants and Bacteria Out of Water
Potable water filtration for personal drinking supplies are critical in impoverished or disaster regions around the world. New nanotech filter brings hope for clean water.
Community Water Quality Standards Provide Many Uses
Water conservation management also provides for water quality in local water supplies. The EPA helps monitor, manage and research fresh water supplies and water quality
Congressman Dicks and Congressman Smith join with EPA to announce science grants and unveil new plans for Puget Sound Research Institute in Tacoma to protect and restore Puget Sound ecosystem health.
Pesticide Levels in Corn Belt Rivers
Chesapeake Bay strategies for accelerating cleanup of the nation's largest estuary and its vast watershed.
Canoe Trip Doubles as Water Quality Test
High Levels of Pesticides Found in Central Florida Lakes
Navajo Nation Recognized for Water Protection and Drinking Water Achievements
Brown and Caldwell's award-winning Water News Newsletter
Water News is a free e-mail newsletter that allows readers to choose from nine regional e-newsletters that bring the latest online water and wastewater-related stories from across the country to your desktop. Most are weekly -- California is daily -- and all are produced by water professionals for water professionals.
Droughts affect landscaping survival, agricultural production, wildlife survival, climate change and quality of life for all species. Drought monitoring is an important water management tool to conserve water.
How to save and protect marine resources for ocean habitat, food production, climate change reduction and oxygen production.