The underground menace is now a reminder that people should be kinder to their pipes.
Critics want to know why crumbling pipes weren't fixed long ago. “The alarm bells were rung," says one resident. "And no one listened."
Our waters have made us who we are. All of us are connected to the sea. Rarely are we, here in Scotland, more than a couple of hours' drive from the…
You may not realize it but some foods you eat may have been grown in soil containing toxic sewage wastes. Labeling is not required.
"While local governments are spending billions [of dollars] to reduce sewage overflows, the meat and dairy industry increases manure applications."
Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medications sometimes end up in water — with worrying fallout.
If the Trump administration's own scientific advisory board, a host of biological societies, and scores of former government agency officials are disappointed, the rest of America should be fearful and angry.
As the conditions on the Ohio — and its cargo — become more hazardous, key regulatory organizations struggle to keep up with the growing demands of this water highway.
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