All posts tagged with Toxic Water
09/28/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

With more information constantly coming to light about the toxic chemicals we use in our daily lives, it can be

http://www.epa.news/2017-09-28-consumers-being-poisoned-to-death-from-cumulative-risk-of-pesticide-and-chemical-exposure-warns-legal-expert.html

09/28/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

In the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, we’ve been hearing a lot about the dangers of flood waters. Filled

http://www.epa.news/2017-09-28-the-same-sewage-spilled-all-over-houston-is-routinely-spread-on-food-farms-across-america.html

09/12/2017 / By Russel Davis

An animated map generated by Business Insider has provided an overview on where the most popular bottled water brands actually came

http://www.epa.news/2017-09-12-the-shocking-truth-where-does-your-favorite-bottled-water-actually-come-from.html

08/31/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Monsanto’s reputation has been taking a lot of hits lately, and the news just keeps getting worse for the agrochemical

http://www.epa.news/2017-08-31-monsanto-knowingly-sold-dangerous-illegal-chemicals-for-years-uncovered-documents-reveal.html

08/25/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

People in the United States have been questioning the composition of their water, especially with the recent spate of contaminations

http://www.epa.news/2017-08-25-new-low-tech-method-developed-for-instantly-testing-tap-water-for-toxic-contaminants.html

08/23/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Residents of southeast Los Angeles County in California recently discovered from media reports and public health experts that their homes, schools,

http://www.epa.news/2017-08-23-los-angeles-schools-homes-workplaces-lead-contamination.html

08/18/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Research conducted by a team from the University of Michigan finally exposed the cause of the water crisis in their

http://www.epa.news/2017-08-18-acidic-water-stripped-the-lead-right-out-of-water-infrastructure-pipes-in-flint-analysis-reveals.html

08/13/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

The country’s aging water infrastructure was thrust into the spotlight when the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, entered full swing

http://www.epa.news/2017-08-13-disturbing-discovery-replacing-old-water-pipes-with-new-pipes-causes-the-unleashing-of-toxic-lead-and-other-heavy-metals.html

07/17/2017 / By Russel Davis

Hydraulic fracturing, more commonly known as fracking, is an unconventional method of extracting oil and gas. The practice has paved

http://www.epa.news/2017-07-17-fracking-wastewater-found-to-contaminate-lakes.html

07/14/2017 / By Russel Davis

Human-induced pollution has greatly affected the Greenland ice sheet and the whole Arctic region over the last few decades. Back

http://www.epa.news/2017-07-14-due-to-global-human-pollution-the-arctic-has-become-a-toxic-reservoir-of-heavy-metals-pcbs-and-other-deadly-chemicals.html

06/25/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Fluoride Action Network (FAN) filed a pivotal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the North District of California against

http://www.epa.news/2017-06-25-fluoride-action-network-has-forced-u-s-courts-to-review-fluoride-toxicity-in-drinking-water.html

04/22/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Drinking water quality is an issue that does not usually get a lot of attention, which is pretty astounding considering

http://www.epa.news/2017-04-22-63-of-americans-are-finally-concerned-with-the-quality-of-their-drinking-water.html

03/28/2017 / By Vicki Batts

The Hudson River is primarily located in the state of New York, where it stretches for hundreds of miles before

http://www.epa.news/2017-03-28-hudson-polluted-by-100000-gallons-of-raw-sewage-baby-wipes-seen-floating-down-river.html

03/20/2017 / By News Editors

The Environmental Protection Agency awarded Michigan $100 million in grant money to replace the Flint water system’s damaged infrastructure. (

http://www.epa.news/2017-03-20-michigan-gets-100-million-grant-from-trumps-epa-to-fix-flint-water-system.html

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