PWD airs its 25-year Water Revitalization Plan

On a sunny, warm Monday afternoon, Anna Kloiber pointed at a glistening body of water behind her just on the...
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New Jersey completes purchase of Warren County farmland as developer drops warehouse plan

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared at NJ Spotlight News. It is republished with permission. New Jerseyans can expect the...
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EPA awards $6.8M to clean up brownfields in Delaware River watershed

Early on Monday afternoon, Shone London was fishing the lower Schuylkill River near his home in Southwest Philadelphia. London, 23,...
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Environmental group publishes guidebook on Pennsylvania land-use laws

Pennsylvania residents have a new tool to learn about local land use and development, a guidebook published by the nonprofit...
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Amid a tide of development, can Philadelphia’s Graffiti Pier be preserved?

Tucked away in the Polish neighborhood of Port Richmond, on the other side of the I-95 divide, Graffiti Pier juts...
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Welcome back, otter

A river otter, a harbinger of cleaner waters and a healthier environment, has appeared for the first time in more...
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Gibbstown LNG project shows a flicker of life

After repeated setbacks, a controversial proposal to transport liquified natural gas from a plant in Pennsylvania to a port on...
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Philly faces a big dig to get the lead out

Note: This article first appeared in Grid magazine. It is republished with permission. Across the country, civil engineers and water...
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Delaware Aqueduct shutdown plans set again, for October

Third time's the charm. Or at least that's what the people in charge of the New York City reservoirs —...
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Residents get the skinny on the Skinners Falls Bridge

The potential future of the Skinners Falls Bridge, which connects Sullivan County in New York with Wayne County in Pennsylvania,...
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How’m I doin’?

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‘A day of immense gratitude for water justice realized:’ EPA imposes limits on PFAS chemicals in drinking water

In the first-ever national limits on toxic “forever chemicals” in drinking water, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced on Wednesday that...
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