Nearly 3,000 communities have significantly higher records of lead poisoning rate than what occurred during the Flint water contamination crisis.
After suffering from the worst Legionnaires outbreak in the history of the U.s. in 2014 and disastrous water crisis in 2015, residents of Flint in Michigan are once again facing another outbreak. This time, it's an highly infectious bacterial disease called Shigellosis.
Coffee, one of the most well-loved drinks in the U.S. and the world, could not only boost your energy but also be a cost-effective answer to removing harmful mercury and lead from contaminated water.
A giant sinkhole in Florida has caused about 215 million gallons of toxic wastes to leak into an aquifer system that supplies drinking water to residents.
Groundwater in a south Asia basin provides drinking and irrigation water for 750 million, but 60 percent of it is no longer usable.