Lead? Copper? You name it, it's coming out of the faucet. Outside of Washington, and beyond Camp Runamuck in Manhattan, there are still stories out there in the country that are part of larger stories
Capital Acumen Issue 30 As California (and the world) grows thirstier, investors are looking at water in a new way. BY JOSEPH QUINLAN, CHIEF MARKET STRATEGIST, U.S. Trust The United Nations predicts that
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But there is still reason to be concerned about weak regulations for water testing in schools. It may have started in Portland, where elevated levels of lead were found in the drinking water at two public
School leaders in the Pacific Northwest are scrambling this summer to deal with lead in school drinking water. Problems first surfaced after parents in Portland, Ore., asked questions about water safety
DETROIT (Reuters) - Federal officials said on Thursday it is safe for anyone to drink properly filtered water in Flint, Michigan, where a public health crisis erupted after residents were exposed to dangerously