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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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| Categories: | Tags: Water Environment Federation, WEF, Pipe Up!, game, puzzle, fatberg, pipes, FOG, value of water, flushable wipes, kids | View Count: (589)
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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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| Categories: | Tags: lead, National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, lead poisoning, lead service line, water filter, pipes | View Count: (663)
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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| Categories: | Tags: Imagine a Day Without Water, Value of Water Campaign, value of water, value water, water infrastructure, State of the Water Industry Report, WIFIA, The Wall Street Journal, Buried No Longer | View Count: (594)
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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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| Categories: | Tags: water damage, Los Angeles Times, water leaks, household leaks, flooding | View Count: (518)