Two of the six chemicals – PFOA and PFOS – are no longer produced in large quantities, but they remain common in the environment.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has unanimously voted development of the massive SunZia Transmission Wind Project can continue.
Rio Verde Foothills, a community of around 2,200 families just north of Scottsdale, is about to reach its January 1, 2023 deadline when the town will no longer have access to Scottsdale’s city standpipe, leaving 500 homes without a consistent water source.
Drought conditions continue to affect the western region of the United States with much of the southwest experiencing moderate to extreme levels of drought.
Water infrastructure is essential to treat and distribute safe drinking water as well as support sanitation needs and provide value for public health, quality of natural environments, and the ability to support population and economic growth.
After decades of underfunding and neglect, Arizona’s poor roads and bridges are hitting drivers where it hurts: their wallets.
Thanks to the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), Arizona is set to receive significant federal funding over the next five years.