Do you have questions about how to care for your home’s pipes,
    or where your water goes once it's down the drain?
    Become more environmentally conscious
    and better informed about the effect our lifestyles can have
    on the world around us.
    The best way to ensure that you are getting the highest
    quality water available is to educate yourself.
    We have lots of materials, information and activities
    available to help you, your family and your classmates
    learn more about how water works.
We really like the water-saving tips that were published by Denver Water's TAP.
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World Toilet Day

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World Toilet Day is Nov. 19.
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'Green roofs' are in

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Denver just approved an initiative requiring rooftop gardens or solar panels be placed on large new buildings, according to an ABC News article.
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New game highlights problem plaguing water systems
AWWA and WEF recently teamed up to create a new children's activity - Pipe Up! - a series of puzzles to help children learn various aspects of water services and the value they bring to our everyday lives.
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Keep your tap water safe from lead

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There are steps you can take to protect you and your family from lead in tap water.
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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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Prevent water damage at home while traveling

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You don't want to have to worry about water damage or flooding from burst or leaking water pipes while you're traveling or on vacation.
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Get prepared during National Preparedness Month
When natural disasters happen, it can get our minds going as to what we can do to be prepared if we're ever faced with such disasters or other emergencies.
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Another year, another 'fatberg'

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There is a 'fatberg' wreaking havoc in London - "one of the largest to form in the London sewer system", according to NPR, and "weighing roughly the same as 11 double-decker buses".
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At the recent joint annual conference for the Kansas Section of AWWA and the Kansas Water Environment Association, the best tasting tap water in Kansas was announced.
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