EPA Proposes Required Cleanup for “Forever Chemicals“

9 PFAS would be added to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed the designation of nine “forever chemicals” as “hazardous chemicals”…

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FBI Director Says China Hacking a Threat to America 

The U.S. has put “far too little” focus on hacking targets.  On Wednesday, Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Christopher Wray told the House Select Committee on the Chinese…

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CISA Raises Concerns about Water Infrastructure Hacks

In recent months, a number of water facilities experienced computer breaches. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) briefed congressional staffers on the breach of the computers of…

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Water Agencies Reach Lake Mead Conservation Agreement

The Bureau of Reclamation commissioner commends the collaboration that will be in effect through 2025. The Department of the Interior announced this month that several western water agencies…

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Administration Announces Colorado River System Conservation Agreement

The investment with Imperial Irrigation District will conserve approximately 100,000 acre-feet of water. The Department of the Interior has announced a conservation agreement with the Imperial Irrigation District…

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DOI Releases Funding to 30 Water Resource Projects

Distributions made under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The Department of the Interior (DOI) announced the distribution of $51 million to 30 new environmental water resource projects this month.…

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Interior Department Announces Funding for Tribal Water Rights

The investment will support reliable water access for 11 tribes. The Department of the Interior (DOI) recently distributed $327 million to 11 Native American Tribes that lack consistent,…

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DOI Moves Colorado River Protection Planning Forward

The department begins incorporating summary reports into future operating guidelines. The Department of the Interior has taken proposed guidelines for Colorado River water conservation into the next stages…

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DOI Responds to Hualapai Tribe’s Water Rights Settlement

Administration brokers deal between Tribal, state, and federal governments. Officials from the Department of the Interior (DOI) joined members of the Hualapai Tribe to celebrate the approval of…

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Secretary Haaland Visits Federal Project Sites in New Mexico

Wraps up a month-long tour of federal investment projects in progress. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland visited three projects in New Mexico that received federal funding to…

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