While the study was small — researchers only sampled 67 public and private water sources such as kitchen sinks and drinking fountains – it’s the first one to chart the presence of the potentially deadly bacteria in water taps.
A multi-million dollar federal cleanup operation is underway in south Jersey where U.S. Environmental Protection Agency workers try to stop the spread of what the EPA calls, ‘an immediate risk to the public health.’
Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers now says tests have found evidence a number of chemicals leaked into a Roxborough firehouse forcing its temporary closing December 17 after a member of Engine Company 66 was sickened.
Why pay for water from a bottle rather than water from the tap? Why indeed.
Eddie and Kerri Guster review the thousands of dollars in bills they can’t pay now that Eddie is furloughed from his job at the Environmental Protection Agency.
The Environmental Protection Agency is working to clean up rusting metal drums and other containers leaking hazardous materials on a commercial property.
Their message was against the ongoing shutdown of much of the federal government and in favor of the onset of the latest phase of Obamacare.
Chris reviews President Obama’s appearance with Jay Leno last night, efforts by Congressman Bob Brady to bring the 2016 Democratic Convention to Philadelphia and Riley Cooper’s return to Eagles training camp. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine and Congressman Pat Meehan.
PA officials said Thursday that $340 million in federal disaster-relief funds will be available to New York communities affected by Superstorm Sandy.
Despite the Safe Drinking Water Act, you and your family may be drinking dirty water.
New rankings show that Philadelphia’s quest to go green is headed in the right direction.
If you’ve filled up your tank lately, you don’t need us to tell you that gas prices are back on the rise. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has advice for dealing with the latest squeeze at the pump.
From the East Coast to the West Coast, recycling is a big issue for local governments.
Several organizations are asking that families with young children get their homes tested for lead.
Those vapor recovery systems at gas stations in Philadelphia and the suburbs may soon go by the wayside.