Although pesticide levels seldom exceeded human health benchmarks, pesticides continue to be a concern for aquatic life in many U.S.
“Maybe you’ve heard of “micro plastics.” They’re created when plastic products eventually break down into tiny particles that drift in
Those tiny exfoliating beads found in face scrubs and other concoctions are made of plastic. Like all plastic, they don’t
BY Yereth Rosen, Anchorage Daily NewsRock snot, a slimy-looking algae that vexes salmon and salmon fishermen, is not an alien
A new report released by the Hypoxia Task Force highlights progress made during the past five years in targeting funds
Recent reports have shown that New York State rivers and streams and drinking-water supplies in a number of American cities
Continuing its work to understand the potential impacts of pharmaceuticals in water, EPA is seeking comment on an Information Collection