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Archive by tag: drinkingReturn
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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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The Plain Talk Series - #59

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The Plain Talk Series - #59
Today's question: Why does drinking water often look cloudy when first drawn from a faucet?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk, Plain Talk Series, Plain Talk About Drinking Water, air bubbles, cloudy water, calcium carbonate | View Count: (1770) |
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"Time To Build" water infrastructure

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Infrastructure Week is coming to a close, and this year's focus is "Time To Build".
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Support water infrastructure investment as Drinking Water Week ends
As Drinking Water Week comes to an end, we are encouraging people to support investment in the repair and replacement of local water infrastructure.
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Check and fix leaks during Drinking Water Week
Today we are encouraging people to check and fix leaks inside and outside the home to prevent water waste.
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| Categories: | Tags: household leaks, leaks, water waste, conservation, Drinking Water Week, leaky toilet, water meter, irrigation system | View Count: (2000) |
Get the lead out during Drinking Water Week
Today we are encouraging people to look for and replace lead-based water pipes and plumbing in their homes.
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| Categories: | Tags: Drinking Water Week, lead, lead in water, plumber, lead service line, plumbing, pipes | View Count: (1790) |
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Happy Drinking Water Week!

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Happy Drinking Water Week!
We are kicking off Drinking Water Week today with the theme “Your Water – To Know It Is To Love It”.
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| Categories: | Tags: Drinking Water Week, water infrastructure, presentations, events, festivals | View Count: (2360) |
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The Plain Talk Series - #58

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The Plain Talk Series - #58
Today’s question: Is water that meets government drinking water standards absolutely safe?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk, Plain Talk Series, Plain Talk About Drinking Water, standards, regulations, susceptible population, contaminants | View Count: (1927) |
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The Plain Talk Series - #57

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The Plain Talk Series - #57
Today’s question: Do oil spills pollute drinking water sources?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk, Plain Talk Series, Plain Talk About Drinking Water, oil spills, pollution, drinking water sources | View Count: (2000) |
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The Plain Talk Series - #56

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The Plain Talk Series - #56
Today's question: Is distilled water the "perfect" drinking water?
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| Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk, Plain Talk About Drinking Water, distilled water, distillation, minerals | View Count: (2314) |
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