The two largest reservoirs in California are already at ‘critically low levels’ and the dry season is just starting

Against the backdrop of the water crisis in the Colorado River Basin, where the country’s largest reservoirs are plunging at an alarming rate, California’s two largest reservoirs — Shasta Lake and Lake Oroville — are facing a similar struggle. Years of low rainfall and snowpack and more intense heat waves have fed directly to the state’s multiyear, unrelenting […]

America is bordering on a water infrastructure crisis

The water purification problem is compounded even more because drinking water also is contaminated daily by industry, antiquated lead pipe delivery systems, and weakening government oversight. An estimated 105 million people receive water from public water systems that use groundwater, and one federal agency proclaims that an estimated 22 percent of public wells for those […]

World Water Monitoring Day

Happy World Water Monitoring Day! This is a cause Ecovie Water Management supports. The focus is on measuring water quality in our waterways.  We are totally focused on improving water quality in many ways. If we have no clean water, we are all truly in very bad shape.  Measuring water quality, and frankly measuring a […]

The Race to Fixing Flint’s Water Crisis

Humans need food and water to survive. Without it, we would die. Though we can go without food for about three weeks but without water humans would live for only three to four days because at least 60 percent of the adult body is made of water. This dependency on drinking water is why the […]