September 20, 2016

Municipal Water Storage Tank Built in Granbury, Texas Subdivision

Water conservation in Texas begins at home and ends with TCEQ, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. A TCEQ approved and required municipal water storage tank for the Laguna Tres […]
August 31, 2016

Iowa Looks Forward to the Future in Water for Farming

Iowa grew 2.5 billion bushels of corn in 2015 making it one of the largest producing areas in the world, producing more than some countries that export. The importance of […]
August 16, 2016

Ancient Rainwater Harvesting for the Future of Peru

The future of clean water in Lima, Peru is a channel system developed in a time that pre-dates the Incan Empire. The channels are formed throughout the Humantanga district and […]
August 10, 2016

All Eyes on Rio’s Water for the Olympics

From the soupy, algae filled pool conditions that swimmers are facing to the heavily polluted waterways where the sailing will take place, the world cannot turn away from the prevalent […]
August 2, 2016

When Tanks Go Bad in Florida

Florida is facing water pollution in almost all of it’s natural water resources: in the surrounding ocean, groundwater as well as in the rivers, swamps and creeks. Along with the […]
August 1, 2016

The Real Winners of 2016: Anyone Who is Rainwater Harvesting

Anyone who has been harvesting rain on the coast of California has already had a great year. This year’s El Niño has brought in more rainfall compared to 2015, improving […]
July 29, 2016

Large Rainwater Harvesting System Eases Water Scarcity in Kenya

  By Justus WanzalaReprint |      African Water Bank technicians put the final touches on a water storage tank at a homestead in the Duka Moja area of Narok […]
June 30, 2016
Harvest California Water for Irrigation

Is California’s Deep Groundwater Worth Retrieving?

In its fifth year of drought, California desperately needs water. Research by scientists from Stanford University claims that the state has plenty of previously unaccounted for groundwater … it’s just […]
June 27, 2016
California Irrigation Water Tanks

California Water Saving Efforts May Decline

As California enters its fifth year of serious drought, the severe water rationing program that drove urban residents to cut back on water use by 24 percent is changing course. […]
June 13, 2016
California Water Resources

California Trees Suffer in State’s Extended Drought

California’s extended drought is taking a big toll on the state’s forests, according to a recent study. The National Academy of Sciences reports that years of little or no rain […]
June 9, 2016
California Water Management

California Water Conservation Saves Energy, Study Reports

A new study published by UC Davis finds that reduction in California water use has saved significant amounts of electricity and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. The analysis comes from statistics […]
May 18, 2016

Some Texas State Living Centers Have Flint-Level Lead in Water

Water tests at State Supported Living Centers in several Texas cities has revealed toxic lead rivaling the amount found in the water system in Flint, Michigan. Read more.