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Jennifer Bloomer 4m
There's not a lot of good news these days, but the Hubs has just reported seeing a 24" (translation: 16") brook trout swimming in "our" creek. (Translation: pristine water!)
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The Roctor,MD 4h
✌️😎 Why are we wasting billions sending people back to the moon when people are hungry and our bridges are falling apart?
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Rainsoft of NE Iowa Sep 26
Healthy meals all start with using clean, safe water! We can help ensure you're using the best quality water when cooking meals for your family.  Call us at 319-233-2038 to learn more.  
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Samuel Dike Omaka🇳🇬 Sep 21
We at set out to give Ama Nkanu, Nkanu East, Enugu access to but stuck midway because of bad road. The community is forgotten in-between the forest by govt. Seeing this road, no one will be willing to bring development here.
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Brogdon Family Foundation 7h
The average distance that women and children walk for water in Africa is six kilometers (3.7 miles). How far do you walk for access to clean water?
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Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Sep 21
It's , and we're showcasing ways you can help in and our . One easy way is to make sure your water softener is efficient. Check out our new video to learn more. cc:
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Kartik Saini Sep 23
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canvas international Sep 23
Thirsty Thursday Tip! Drink water even when you're not thirsty! Thirst is your body saying it's almost dehydrated... Drink UP! #hydrate#health r
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YouthSwedishFoundation Sep 20
We need more Water wells in Africa
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St. Johns Utilities 1h
Today is . To help keep our local rivers and waterways healthy, we utilize advanced wastewater treatment technology, reuse irrigation, and rigorous monitoring and testing methods to ensure that our effluent water is clean and safe.
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Roam Technology UK Sep 24
Another successful Huwa-San installation on a Nursery who are hedging plant specialists.
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Joseph Hankins Sep 26
Outstanding! This is real work. The Little Coal River is an amazing recovery story.
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Renewable Crypto Sep 25
Why I am pretty sure that will succeed? Because this kind of vlogs are killers. If every view would put 10$c for we are true winners. 😂🤣😂 I can't belive someone took 5sek to look how to drink water and not to check what he is drinking.
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PacBleu Sep 26
If you love your kids, vote for leaders who will protect environment not destroy it for short term profits.  
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GIZ India Sep 25
Read about Dr Ashish Chaturvedi's, Director – Climate Change, views on security and in India. Driving action in the Climate Decade - Reimagining India’s growth story via
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RiverStewards Sep 25
The Bay Journal profiles someone we are very proud of, for her work in protecting Spring Creek near State College, PA. Joanne Tosti-Vasey, Bellefonte Borough Council President, is a champion for and . Read all about her at
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Water For People-Canada Sep 25
Our September newsletter is live! Read about 's latest progress in Bolivia.
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purellahome Sep 18
Enjoy the flow of freshness & droplets of goodness.😄 Experience the very best of nature in the Purella range of water purifiers with its eco-friendly🌱 recyclable plastic components & trustworthy service. More details available here 👉
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Rhonda Rebman Lopez 5h
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Redox Sep 23
From clean energy to dirty counter-tops, Caustic Soda has an amazing variety of uses. Find out just how much more here:
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