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Tomorrow is "Imagine a Day Without Water"

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Tomorrow, September 15, marks the second annual “Imagine a Day Without Water”.
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It's National Preparedness Month

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National Preparedness Month is a time to concentrate on preparing yourself and your family in case of a disaster or emergency.
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Categories: | Tags: National Preparedness Month , emergencies , water storage , Ready.gov | View Count: (204)
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It's World Water Week

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World Water Week is an annual conference in Stockholm, Sweden that brings people engaged in water issues together.
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Categories: | Tags: World Water Week , Stockholm , Sweden , Stockholm Water Prize , Stockholm Junior Water Prize , prize , conference , sustainable growth | View Count: (265)
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Underneath New York City's streets

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In a fascinating New York Times article, the detailed work that goes into maintaining New York City's underground infrastructure for electricity, telecommunications, drinking water, steam, natural gas and wastewater is described.
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It's still National Water Quality Month

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Just a reminder that it's still National Water Quality Month.
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If you've been paying attention to the summer Olympics currently being held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, you know there has been some recent hoopla over the water in two swimming pools turning green.
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Categories: | Tags: Olympics , Rio de Janeiro , Brazil , Time , hydrogen peroxide , chlorine | View Count: (1029)
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The Plain Talk Series - #50

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The Plain Talk Series - #50
Today's question: Do I need more water if I'm moving or traveling to a higher altitude?
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Categories: | Tags: Plain Talk series , altitude sickness , Plain Talk About Drinking Water , dehydration | View Count: (379)
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How to get delicious tasting tap water

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Water Online, an online publication focused on the water industry, recently explored how our "Best of the Best" Tap Water Taste Test works at our annual conference.
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Categories: | Tags: Best of the Best Tap Water Taste Test , tap water taste test , taste test , ACE , annual conference , Water Online , Bloomington , Minnesota | View Count: (450)
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It's National Water Quality Month!

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This is a great time to understand where your water comes from and what's in it so you can properly protect its quality.
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Hydropower is in?

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According to the Washington Post, a new report out from the U.S. Department of Energy finds that there is room to grow our country’s hydropower sector, aka energy made from water, like from dams.
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Categories: | Tags: Washington Post , hydropower , dams , U.S. Department of Energy , electricity | View Count: (496)
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