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Archive by author: Dave GaylinnReturn
New White House action plan focuses on getting the lead out
Clean drinking water took center stage in Washington, DC, recently when revisions to the Lead and Copper Rule became final as part of a larger Biden-Harris Lead Pipe and Paint Action Plan. The White House describes the plan as “a historic effort of unprecedented ambition that will deploy catalytic resources from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law while leveraging every tool across federal, state, and local government to deliver clean drinking water, replace lead pipes, and remediate lead paint.”
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| Categories: | Tags: lead, lead and copper rule, copper, lcr, revision, white house, biden, harris, pipe, service line | View Count: (31) |
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Guidelines ensure tap water safety

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Guidelines ensure tap water safety
Advocacy reports can help draw attention to the importance of protecting our drinking water sources and keeping water safe all the way to the tap. But that benefit is too often drowned out by the alarmist tone and the implication that your water is unsafe – even if the preponderance of evidence suggests otherwise.
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| Categories: | Tags: water safety, tap, Environmental Working Group, EWG, advocacy, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, quality, affordability, contaminants | View Count: (85) |
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Consumer confidence in tap water remains high

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Consumer confidence in tap water remains high
A Wall Street Journal article published last weekend reports there is a “crisis of confidence in America’s tap water,” citing statistics from a Penn State University researcher.
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| Categories: | Tags: confidence, public, perceptions, morning consult, wall street journal, contamination, quality, demographics, Black, Hispanic, White, population, survey | View Count: (263) |
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It’s time to protect your source water

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It’s time to protect your source water
Source Water Protection Week provides the perfect opportunity to learn about how water consumers can better protect their source water.
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| Categories: | Tags: source, drinking water, contaminant, pollutant, pollution, contaminate, Source Water Protection Week | View Count: (176) |
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Is lemon juice worth the squeeze?

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Is lemon juice worth the squeeze?
A recent article in Yahoo! talks about the weight loss benefits of adding lemon juice to water. So is the juice worth the squeeze?
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| Categories: | Tags: lemon, drinking, benefit, weight loss, diet, Plain Talk | View Count: (208) |
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How much water do you eat?

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How much water do you eat?
It might surprise you, however, to know how much water it takes for certain food to arrive at our tables. This amount represents a food item’s water footprint.
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| Categories: | Tags: footprint, food, eat, drink, conservation | View Count: (344) |
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Do not dump goldfish into lakes, streams

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Do not dump goldfish into lakes, streams
Dumping goldfish in lakes and ponds is creating problems.
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| Categories: | Tags: goldfish, pets, lakes, ponds, water quality, contamination | View Count: (496) |
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Keep your grass clippings out of the street

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Keep your grass clippings out of the street
Protecting source water is a very important part of the treatment process.
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| Categories: | Tags: source water protection, mow, lawn, grass, clippings, cut, treatment, supply | View Count: (446) |
Cyberattacks force utilities to plan for the unexpected
Cybersecurity is a major threat facing business and critical infrastructure throughout the United States. The water sector is no exception to this.
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| Categories: | Tags: cybersecurity, attack, ransomware, colonial pipeline, oldsmar, security, risk and resilience, infrastructure | View Count: (466) |
Drinking Water Week presents opportunity to recognize your water is there when you need it
It’s Drinking Water Week! We are thrilled to celebrate virtually with so many people in and out of the water sector.
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| Categories: | Tags: Drinking Water Week, DWW, There when you need it, photo contest, materials, downloads, ThereWhenYouNeedIt | View Count: (507) |
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