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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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| Categories: | Tags: National Water Quality Month, water quality, EPA, Safe Drinking Water Act, Consumer Confidence Report, contaminants | View Count: (473)
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Tap water quality in question

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Tap water quality in question
Last week an environmental advocacy organization called the Environmental Working Group (EWG), released an update to its “National Drinking Water Database”.
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| Categories: | Tags: Environmental Working Group, National Drinking Water Database, UCMR, EPA, public health goals, maximum contaminant levels, maximum contaminant level goals, NSF International, filters, consumer confidence report | View Count: (663)
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The Water Landmark Series - #1

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We are launching a new blog series about AWWA's Water Landmark Award winners!
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| Categories: | Tags: Water Landmark Award, Ann Arbor, Michigan, City of Ann Arbor Water Treatment Plant, water treatment plant, history, Water Landmark Series, water landmark | View Count: (297)
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We're in Reader's Digest!

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Our very own Drip Calculator was featured in a recent article on Reader's Digest online.
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We read a great article in Chemical & Engineering News examining the science behind ensuring drinking water is free of weird tastes and funky smells.
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| Categories: | Tags: Chemical & Engineering News, taste test experts, taste and odor profilers, American Chemical Society, taste and odor, science | View Count: (429)
The media is reporting that brain-eating amoeba, also known as Naegleria fowleri, was discovered in two water systems in Louisiana.
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July is Smart Irrigation Month

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July is Smart Irrigation Month
Smart Irrigation Month is a great time to brush up on how to be a water wise consumer.
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The Water Buffaloes "Ride With Purpose"

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The Water Buffaloes move steadily with a purpose, traveling great distances with a mission in mind.
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| Categories: | Tags: The Water Buffaloes, Ride With Purpose, ACE17, motorcycles, Water For People, Philadelphia, fundraiser, global water crisis, annual conference | View Count: (538)
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Does bottled water expire?

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We just ran across an article from Reader's Digest that cautions against drinking "expired" bottled water.
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