A Wastewater Company Halts Disposal at Two Sites of Groundwater Contamination
More than two years after Valley Water Management Company settled with environmental groups to halt discharges at two facilities where wastewater seeped into groundwater, Race Track Hill and Fee 34 are finally closed.
Should California Expand the Definition for the 'Beneficial Use' of Its Water?
A team of experts from a number University of California schools argue that recharging groundwater to manage pollution should be permitted by the state.
Fifty Years After a Blowout, This Natural-Gas Reservoir Is Still Contaminating the Local Groundwater
A study of a blowout site in the Netherlands offers safety lessons for natural gas fields around the world.
After the Fires, Experts in Napa Valley Race to Prevent Water Contamination
Experts are concerned about how rainfall could spread toxic chemicals and destabilize hillsides thus threatening to damage the region's water supply.