The development of nanofiber electrodes could lead to the efficacy of cleaning wastewater and could make it inexpensive, too.
An increased of 900-folds of earthquake activities in Oklahoma were found due to waste water injection.
Scientists have taken a closer look, and found that energy companies used nearly 250 billion gallons of water to extract shale gas and oil from hydraulically fractured wells in the United States between 2005 and 2014.
It turns out that the Ebola virus may actually be able to survive in wastewater. Researchers have taken a closer look at Ebola-contaminated liquid waste and found that it could continue to survive over time.
Septic tanks may actually be contaminating Michigan's waters. Scientists have uncovered freshwater contamination that stems from septic systems.
Bacteria gobble down all kinds of waste, but could they actually deal with nuclear waste? Scientists have found that tiny single-celled organisms that have recently been discovered may just be able to help with nuclear waste disposal.
Scientists have found that chemicals used in fracking can disrupt not only the human body's reproductive hormones, but also the glucocorticoid and thyroid hormone receptors, which are necessary to maintain good health.