Mosaic plant sinkhole dumps 215 million gallons of reprocessed water into local aquifer (w/video)
A massive sinkhole that opened underneath a gypsum stack at a Mosaic phosphate fertilizer plant in Mulberry may have dumped at least 215 million gallons of contaminated water into the Floridan Aquifer over the past three weeks, company officials say. Click here
St. Pete sewer plant operator seeks whistleblower protections, saying city knew it shouldn't shutter Albert Whitted plant
A chief plant operator at the city's Northeast wastewater treatment facility on Friday sought whistleblower protection, saying the city knew sewage dumps and spills were possible if it shut down the Albert Whitted sewer plant. Click here
Potable Reuse 101: An Innovative and sustainable supply option. Access easy-to-read guide - click here
Report on Lead in Water
Water utilities should be aware of a newly released report from the Natural Resources Defense Council that is critical of the Lead and Copper Rule and claims many water utilities purposely skirt the rule requirements.