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    or where your water goes once it's down the drain?
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    and better informed about the effect our lifestyles can have
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Drinking water daily is important but how much?
A recent article reviewed what medical and sports science experts had to say about that. They all seemed to agree that there is no specific amount of water all people should drink.
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Build for tomorrow

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Build for tomorrow
With cargo as precious as water, its delivery becomes extremely important. With that in mind, we join in this week's celebration of Infrastructure Week (May 13-20). This year's message is: America's future will be shaped by the infrastructure choices we make today. So let's #BuildForTomorrow.
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Private well users should learn about arsenic
A recently released study reported that young adults with low-to-moderate levels of exposure to arsenic over five years developed heart damage.
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Report questions California’s water quality
A report from an environmental advocacy organization called the Environmental Working Group (EWG), released right before this week’s Drinking Water Week, has put water quality in the headlines.
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Don't wreck rec season

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Don't wreck rec season
It’s important you know the rules of your favorite watering hole.
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Keeping our aquifers fully charged

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Keeping our aquifers fully charged
Many of our aquifers are depleting, but there are steps we can take to keep them fully charged
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Reusing water benefits cows and salmon alike

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Reusing water benefits cows and salmon alike
A new filtration system in use at a dairy farm in Washington is reusing water and keeping a Pacific Northwest river clean.
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Tap water is for drinking, not inhaling

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A tragic event in Seattle is a reminder that tap water is not intended to be inhaled through the nose, even if it is run through home treatment devices.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently released an updated version of its 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities toolkit.
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New York tap water = great pizza

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Many believe New York's tap water really is the secret to the best pizza, and Top Slice Pizzeria in St. Petersburg, Fla. agrees.
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