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It’s Fix a Leak Week

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It’s Fix a Leak Week
Fix a Leak Week is an annual event that encourages homeowners to find and fix leaks inside and outside their homes. Fixing them not only saves water, but it also saves money.
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A new front in the war on waterborne disease

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A new front in the war on waterborne disease
A new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declares a new and challenging front in the ongoing war on waterborne disease. Overall, however, the news from the battlefield is encouraging.
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Keep your tap water safe from lead

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There are steps you can take to protect you and your family from lead in tap water.
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The media is reporting that brain-eating amoeba, also known as Naegleria fowleri, was discovered in two water systems in Louisiana.
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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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Protecting Your Family From Lead Exposure

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Protecting Your Family From Lead Exposure
While there are many sources of lead exposure, today there’s growing awareness that some homes have lead in water pipes, fixtures and plumbing. Lead presents health concerns for people of all ages and particularly for infants and young children.
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Are you drinking enough water?

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Summer is here and that means so is the heat. Now is an important time to make sure you are getting enough water to avoid dehydration and exhaustion.
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Many water utilities, state agencies, environmental advocates and other interested groups through North America are celebrating Drinking Water Week this week by holding special events.
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