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Consumer confidence in tap water remains high

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Consumer confidence in tap water remains high
A Wall Street Journal article published last weekend reports there is a “crisis of confidence in America’s tap water,” citing statistics from a Penn State University researcher.
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There's a debate many have very strong opinions on - whether or not to brush your teeth in the shower.
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The Wall Street Journal recently published a story shining a light on the connection between aging water and wastewater systems and the loss of those services in hurricane-affected communities.
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