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Congress closed its investigation into the crisis in December of 2016. As of early 2017, the pressure has amounted to a $722MM lawsuit filed against the EPA on behalf of 1,700 most affected Flint residents.
Is there something funny going on with your water? Changes in taste, color and odor? We summarize the most common home water problems, their likely causes and what you can do.
A look at one of the world's most beloved spokespeople for water and environmental health, Erin Brockovich.
Test your water, at least once because when a child drinks water with lead, there may be no turning back.
The Rumors, Facts, Health and Danger of Fluoride in Drinking Water
One-third of people in the United States utilize septic systems. Proper upkeep of your septic system and the quality of your home’s drinking water are often interrelated.
It's not just in Flint. Lead is popping up in public school water fountains nation-wide. New legislation in California is meant to prevent the health risk. But school management has to know what to do.
Do you live in one of the worst cities in America for water quality?
It’s an important consideration. After all, in the wake of the Flint lead scare, the quality of our drinking water is as hot a topic as it’s ever been.
Our “Top Ten” below ranks the worst cities in America for drinking water from least to worst on the basis of the number of contaminants found to exceed the legal limit and violate the MCLs established by the U.S. EPA.