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New requirement may trigger a lead notification
A change in the way the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s regulates lead in drinking water may result in more lead warnings in communities across the United States.
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How do animals hydrate?

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How do animals hydrate?
This space has a lot of information about the important role hydration plays for humans. But did you know hydration is also essential for almost all animals?
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Go back to school with DrinkTap

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Go back to school with DrinkTap
We have a lot of information, material and resources pertaining to water available for students and educators.
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Of cats and water towers

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Of cats and water towers
Whichever outcome you hoped for in yesterday's election, we can probably all agree that it would be nice to take a breather from politics and focus on something happy.
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Calculating your water footprint

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How much water do you think you use in a day? 50 gallons? 75 gallons? 100 gallons?
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Summer is a common time for many to go on vacation, and some may even find themselves in Europe during that time.
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The ancient Mayans conserved water too

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According to a just published article by Nature World News, the ancient Mayans, who lived in Mexico, Belize and Guatemala, dealt with water shortages due to lack of rainfall.
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In a very well illustrated recent article, The New York Times explored how New York City's water gets from its source to the tap for 9.5 million people.
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