PWSA Ordered To Pay $500K For Dumping Sludge Into Allegheny RiverThe PWSA will pay half a million dollars for violating the Clean Water Act.
Former PWSA Supervisor Charged For Violating The Clean Water ActA former Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority supervisor is being charged with violating the Clean Water Act.
U.S. Department Of Justice Seeking $3.2 Million From Coal Mines Owned By W. Va. GovernorThe U.S. Department of Justice is seeking more than $3 million in fines from a coal company owned by West Virginia Governor Jim Justice.
Pittsburgh Water And Sewer Authority Pleads Guilty To Violating Clean Water ActThe PWSA has pleaded guilty to violating the Clean Water Act in connection to sludge discharged into the Allegheny River.
New Navigable Waters Protection Rule Aims To Identify Federally Regulated WaterwaysThere will be a clear way to know if the waters in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia are regulated by the state or the federal government.
Study: Pa. 2nd Worst In Nation In Waterway Industrial PollutionA new study ranks Pennsylvania as the second worst in the nation when it comes industrial pollution in our waterways.
Kayakers Rally For New Clean Water StandardsKayakers in support of new environmental standards for Pittsburgh’s rivers gathered at Point State Park Saturday.