Wapsipinicon River 50,000 Gallons Sewage Dump

Logo of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources featuring the outline of the state in blue with the acronym 'DNR' overlaid in bold yellow letters.

In an unsettling turn of events, Anamosa, Iowa, became the focal point of environmental scrutiny when an estimated 50,000 gallons of untreated sewage were discharged into the Wapsipinicon River. This incident, occurring on a Wednesday, has prompted a thorough investigation by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), as the community grapples with the potential … Read more

12M Gallons Of Raw Sewage Flow Into US Every Day

Pollution in the Tijuana River Valley, with debris and trash littering the water surface.

In the Tijuana River Valley, a significant environmental and public health issue has surfaced, highlighting the urgency for infrastructural reforms and cross-border cooperation. Residents and environmental advocates are confronting the challenges posed by the influx of untreated sewage from Mexico, with the situation expected to worsen due to a temporary shutdown of a critical pump … Read more