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City of Toronto May 11
The produces more than 400 billion litres of safe drinking water annually. We even store some for when demand is high. Toast to that
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City of Toronto May 11
The drinking water is tested daily – fill up right from your tap. Drink up
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EPA WaterSense May 6
It's and Flo is happy to celebrate with a glass of cool tap water 🚰. Cheers to the professionals who provide us water at the tap every day and let's all be smarter about how we use our water. 💧💙
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Paul Crocker May 5
There nothing in this picture that Water doesn't enable in some way.
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Middlesex Water Co. May 8
May 5th-11th is 🚰 Middlesex Water Company is proud to provide safe, reliable water service to our customers!
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Kevin Gertig May 9
“It’s that time of year where I reflect with joy, privilege & honor to have started with Utilities back in 1982 as a Relief Operator at Plant #1. Operations ran 24/7 & were completely manual. It sat 5 miles upstream & served residents from 1914-1987.”
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Regional Water Authority May 8
You can’t make great without great . Tim Wilson of East Rock Brewing gave us a tour of his brewery and revealed his secret ingredient: the RWA’s water. Our region is home to many breweries, and we’re proud our water is the foundation of their beers.
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Littoral Society May 7
Unsafe drinking water isn't just a problem in Flint, MI. It's a problem for millions in the US. In 2015, 21 million Americans—about 6%—were getting water from systems that violated health standards. It is a problem that should unite us.
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FrancoN May 7
This week is Drinking water is a vital part of everyday life! So many things we do in our day is tied to the tap water we use. I appreciate everyone who is out there working hard to make sure that resource is protected and available when I flip the faucet on!
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Nancy Browning May 7
Water is the most important resource in the world. is a perfect time for both water professionals & the communities they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives.
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Lawrence DPW May 8
On the 4th day of , it's only fitting to highlight the City's pressure zones. Adequate pressure in the system ensures that everyone can use the water at the same time, without part of the City being cut off during periods of high use.
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Greg Kail May 9
A lil lemonade is enough to make you forget it’s snowing outside in May.
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Larry L Bingaman May 6
It’s National ! Tap water is higher-quality, more environmentally-friendly, and far less expensive than bottled water. The evidence is clear, it’s time to ditch the bottle and turn to tap water. Check out my op-ed to learn more:
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Maggie May 8
Happy to everyone, especially my fellow fans!
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Loudoun Water May 8
Happy ! Do you know where your drinking water comes from? Get to know some of the jobs needed to make sure our drinking water is safe!
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Sheboygan Water May 7
🌊By volume, it is the second largest Great Lake. 🛣Over 300 miles long. 🌎The only Great Lake located wholly within the United States. 🚢It is part of the Great Lakes–St. LawrenceSeaway and, handles international commerce.
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Pure Water San Diego May 6
focuses on recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives. 🚰💧 Watch the full video to learn how Pure Water uses proven technology to produce safe, high-quality water:
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Phoenix Water May 11
Have you ever wondered how clean 💧 makes it to your faucet each day? treats 110 billion gallons of our most precious resource every year! Follow through the water treatment process to learn more.
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DC Water May 8
Wendy made it and we’re here keeping the kiddos hydrated for during 💧. Today we celebrate the independence of walking, scooting, and biking to school safely!
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MA Water Works May 6
Happy ! This week is a great time to recognize how important safe, clean drinking water is in our everyday lives and to thank the professionals who make it happen!
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