As Drinking Water Week comes to an end, we are encouraging everyone to think how they currently value, use and access water, and how to protect it into the future.
Our water systems are important to maintain public health, economic vitality, fire protection and quality of life. However, current trends in population, economic growth, energy, climate and pollution are affecting water usage, and the critical infrastructure the systems rely on needs to work properly.
As our current water systems are in need of repair and even replacement, there is hope in addressing the issue. Taking care of them now and investing in them is the smart decision to provide for the future.
More information about water infrastructure investment is available on our website.
To learn more, visit Drinking Water Week's webpage. To learn more about drinking water, visit Drinktap's water information webpage.