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Microbeads, a small thing that can lead to a big problem
Microbeads in some of our personal care products can lead to pollution and disrupt the food chain
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Help lead the way to a lead-free future

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Help lead the way to a lead-free future
Establishing an inventory of lead service lines is an important step to a lead-free future.
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A water wise car wash

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A water wise car wash
Would using an automatic car wash use more or less water than washing it at home?
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Saving money while staying home

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Saving money while staying home
One of the outcomes of staying home to help slow the spread of the coronavirus is leaning on your home's utilities more than before. Fortunately, your tap water is clean and safe to use, including for handwashing, which is even more important these days.
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How to ensure a quality opening

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How to ensure a quality opening
As water sits stagnant in pipes and tanks within buildings, water quality issues can arise. That means the stale water should be flushed out of buildings before they re-open.
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Recognizing unsung heroes

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Recognizing unsung heroes
Water professionals have emerged as unsung heroes during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Mind your Ps to avoid plumbing clogs

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Mind your Ps to avoid plumbing clogs
We get it, toilet paper has become scarce as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Because of this, you may feel that you gotta do what you gotta do, but we ask that you please not flush anything that shouldn’t be flushed down your toilet. Do not treat it like a trash can. 
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Your tap water during coronavirus pandemic

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Your tap water during coronavirus pandemic
Your tap water is safe to drink and use to wash away germs
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A lot can happen in 20 seconds

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A lot can happen in 20 seconds
The Centers for Disease Control recommends washing your hands for 20 seconds.
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How to cut your grass and your water bill

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How to cut your grass and your water bill
Transforming your landscape could be the gift that keeps giving.
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