• QUESTIONS ABOUT WATER?
    Do you have questions about how to care for your home’s pipes,
    or where your water goes once it's down the drain?
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    Become more environmentally conscious
    and better informed about the effect our lifestyles can have
    on the world around us.
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  • WHAT'S IN MY WATER?
    The best way to ensure that you are getting the highest
    quality water available is to educate yourself.
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Many Colorado communities are still reeling from the devastating flood this fall. One such community, Loveland, is dealing with the aftereffects of a distressed water system that was left damaged from the flood.
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A water tunnel that serves all of Manhattan, New York, is now open for usage.
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The National Ground Water Association, in cooperation with the United States Environmental Protection Agency, has developed a free monthly Private Well Owner Tip Sheet.
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This week is Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

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This week, Oct. 20 – 26, is Lead Poisoning Prevention Week. This year’s theme is “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future”, highlighting the importance of parents and caretakers reducing a child’s exposure to lead to prevent serious health effects.
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This week is Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

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This week, Oct. 20 – 26, is Lead Poisoning Prevention Week. This year’s theme is “Lead-Free Kids for a Healthy Future”, highlighting the importance of parents and caretakers reducing a child’s exposure to lead to prevent serious health effects.
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The Plain Talk Series - #16

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Today’s question: Are water utilities prepared for natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods?
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Pregnant women shouldn't drink tap water?

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The Weather Channel published an interesting article online about why it is thought that pregnant women may need to cautiously drink tap water.
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This summer, the New Jersey American Water created an amazing sand sculpture on the beach in Ocean City, New Jersey to raise awareness of the U.S.’s aging water infrastructure.
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You may remember our blog post from a couple of months ago about the “fatberg” in the London sewers – caused in part by “flushable” wipes.
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WaterStep, an organization using technology and training to assist needed communities with sustainable water solutions, presents a thought-provoking infographic on its website that outlines the global consequences for people who have no reliable access to safe water.
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