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World Water Reserve 14 Jul 18
Somewhere between 70 and 75 percent of the earth’s surface is covered with water.
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Texas AWWA Aug 7
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SanEcoTec Ltd. Jun 12
8.5 million Canadians get their drinking water from the Great Lakes.
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Cape Cod Beer Apr 8
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GROHE 23 Aug 17
Conserve water now! An average flush uses up to 13.6L of water.
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Sheryl Coyne-Batson 18 Aug 18
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Cape Cod Beer Apr 1
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Minnesota AWWA Jul 26
Did you know that around 97% of earth's water supply is found in the ocean?
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SanEcoTec Ltd. Jun 26
There are enough pipelines and aqueducts in Canada and the US to circle the world 40 times.
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Indy Run for Water 5 Jul 18
There is the same amount of water here on Earth now as there was when the Earth was formed!
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WaterVans - Mobility for Water Delivery 7 Aug 18
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Ten for 10 29 Aug 17
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WaterVans - Mobility for Water Delivery 24 Jul 18
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#One4Life 24 May 17
How much water do you think is in the atmosphere? Check out our of the day
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NEW Water 8 Mar 17
: "Over 80% of wastewater worldwide is not collected or treated." (Source: UN Water) keeps our community healthy!
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Gators Healthy Schools Nov 20
Did you know it is important to drink water with a meal? It helps with digestion!
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World Water Reserve 17 Jul 18
Much more fresh water is stored under the ground in aquifers than on the earth’s surface.
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W.E.T Jan 15
- Less than 1% of the water treated by public water systems is used for drinking and cooking 🚰
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Texas AWWA May 23
Did you know? Nearly 97% of the world’s water is salty or otherwise undrinkable. Another 2% is locked in ice caps and glaciers. That leaves just 1% for all of humanity’s needs — all it's agricultural, residential, manufacturing, community, and personal needs.
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Ten for 10 12 Jul 17
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