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While South Carolina Floods, U.S. Wrestles With Urban Stormwater

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Lawsuit requires EPA to address one of the largest water pollution sources in the country.

Diluted Bitumen Study: Expert Committee Holds First Meeting

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An investigation begins this week as to whether spills of heavy oils pose a greater environmental threat than spills of other crude oils.

Contaminated U.S. Groundwater Sites Will Cost $110 Billion to Clean, Report Says

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State and federal regulators need to consider the cost of remediation,…

The Stream, September 14: Has Thailand Done Enough to Prepare For Floods?

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Floods A recent spate of flooding in Thailand has raised concerns…

The Stream, January 25: Milk, Arsenic and Mexico's Water

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Arsenic Arsenic is tainting freshwater supplies in Mexico's…

The Stream, January 23: Chevron Appeals $18 Billion Amazon Pollution Fine

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Chevron has filed an appeal with Ecuador's Supreme Court to review…

American Arsenic: After a Decade, Small Communities Still Struggle to Meet Federal Drinking Water Standards

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When the EPA lowered the arsenic standard for drinking water from 50 parts per billion to 10 in 2001, there were 3,000 water systems in violation. Today, nearly a thousand still are.

Everglades wrapped in red tape, significant restoration unlikely

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WEST PALM BEACH, Florida -- What seemed like a light on Florida's…