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Understand your tap water during National Water Quality Month
August is National Water Quality Month.
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Tap water quality in question

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Tap water quality in question
Last week an environmental advocacy organization called the Environmental Working Group (EWG), released an update to its “National Drinking Water Database”.
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Be informed about your tap water quality

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A clever and perhaps misleading Pur water filters TV campaign puts a fine point on the importance of being informed about your tap water quality.
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Mow the lawn without wasting water

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As we are coasting into the warmer months of spring and summer, now is a good time to get some tips for keeping your lawn healthy and green without using a lot of water.
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