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CCRs give consumers confidence

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CCRs give consumers confidence
Consumer Confidence Reports provide utility customers with valuable information about their drinking water.
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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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| Categories: | Tags: california, water quality, drinking water week, drinking water, safe drinking water act, epa, ewg | View Count: (260) |
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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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Get to know your water during National Water Quality Month
The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and water utilities all play powerful roles in making sure the water that flows from our tap is safe day after day and year after year.
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| Categories: | Tags: National Water Quality Month, water quality, Safe Drinking Water Act, SDWA, EPA, CCR, contaminants | View Count: (1284) |
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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 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: (764) |
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Happy anniversary Safe Drinking Water Act!

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December 16 is the 43rd anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act.
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India’s drinking water crisis

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As National Water Quality Month continues, India’s drinking water crisis is examined in the following post by Saranya Balu, an AWWA summer intern.
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Understand your tap water during National Water Quality Month
August is National Water Quality Month.
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