By pumping water out of the ground and moving it elsewhere, humans have shifted such a large mass of water that the Earth tilted nearly 80 centimeters (31.5 inches) east between 1993 and 2010 alone, according to a new study published in Geophysical Research Letters, AGU’s journal for short-format, high-impact research with implications spanning the Earth and space sciences.
Napoli Shkolnik Law Firm, NRWA's official partner, was a key player in the settlement
Jun 2, 2023
The study offered a wide range of costs — up to $28 billion — to implement still-new technologies that would remove and destroy "forever chemicals" from wastewater.
By Chloe Johnson Star Tribune JUNE 6, 2023 — 5:10PM
NYRWA Employment Opportunity: Wastewater Technical Assistance Provider
NYRWA is currently accepting resumes for a Wastewater Technical Assistance Provider. The New York Rural Water Association anticipates at least (1) future opening and is seeking interested candidates to provide resumes.
Geared toward plant owners and operators of smaller systems with flow of less than 1 million gallons per day
Mar 6, 2023
A four-part video series available from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) focuses on improving CWA-NPDES permit compliance at Small Mechanical Wastewater Treatment Systems (WWTPs).
March 16, 2023·2 min read
Winter storms across California have significantly improved drought conditions and filled state reservoirs that had held less than a third of their capacity.
Scientists have identified a surprising new source of “forever chemicals” awash in global wastewater: the ubiquitous paper product dangling next to most of the planet’s toilets.
Water level at Nevada’s Lake Mead is expected to finish 7 feet higher than originally thought by end of year
Hefty snowfalls that fed the Colorado River in recent weeks may slow the water level decline of Lake Mead on the Nevada-Arizona border, according to some experts.