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Archive by month: 2020-4Return
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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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| Categories: | Tags: toilet paper, TP, flush, clog, plumbing, coronavirus, COVID, wipe, pills, shirts, CNN, pee, poop, paper | View Count: (311) |