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Protect your water source during Drinking Water Week
We are happy to be celebrating such an important week with so many across North America.
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The Plain Talk Series - #62

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The Plain Talk Series - #62
Today's question: Fixing a broken water pipe looks like a dirty job. How is the inside of the pipe cleaned afterward?
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Sampling Florida's tap water

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The food critic at the Tampa Bay Times, Laura Reiley, recounted her time as a recent water taste test judge at one of AWWA's Florida Section regional meetings.
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Drinking Water Week national artwork contest winner
This year's Drinking Water Week national artwork contest winner is Jackson Lee from Durham, North Carolina.
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Protecting our water sources on World Water Day
This year's theme of "Nature for Water" draws attention to the solutions found in nature for the water challenges faced worldwide.
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Meet an engineer during Engineers Week

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Meet an engineer during Engineers Week
In celebration of this week's Engineers Week, we talked to Alex Gerling, AWWA's reuse engineer, about her experiences.
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Will Cape Town have no water soon?

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There is a looming crisis in Cape Town, South Africa - the upcoming loss of all water service.
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Tracking water quality with new app

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The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality released an easy-to-use app to help them study the state's water quality.
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The “raw” truth about your water

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The “raw” truth about your water
Here at DrinkTap.org, we like to remind readers to make informed decisions when it comes to drinking water.
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| Categories: | Tags: raw water, water treatment, EPA, well water, consumer confidence report, water contamination | View Count: (2669) |
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The importance of UCMR 4 testing

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Testing begins for the Fourth Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR 4) next month.
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| Categories: | Tags: Fourth Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule, UCMR 4, Safe Drinking Water Act, SDWA, EPA, regulations, testing, water quality, contaminants | View Count: (674) |
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