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Explain It To Me: Clean Water Infrastructure

There’s a lot of discussion about clean water infrastructure as the Biden administration pushes full speed ahead on its Build Back Better agenda. But what counts as water infrastructure? Is it more than just the pipes that get water into our homes? We sat down with Megan Glover, the founder, and CEO of 120 Water, […]

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New Study Shows Higher Lead Exposure Risk for Bottle-Fed and Black Infants

New Study Shows Higher Lead Exposure Risk for Bottle-Fed and Black Infants

by Amy Lupica, ODP Contributing Writer A new study released last week found that 80% of homes in the U.S. have lead in their tap water and that babies fed formula mixed with tap water were the most at risk for lead exposure. Additionally, researchers found that Black infants were more likely to be exposed […]

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One cool thing: which town has the best tasting tap water?

One cool thing: which town has the best tasting tap water?

Not all tap water tastes the same, we can certainly say this in DC as this time of year our tap water tastes more like pool water due to a switch in disinfectants. However, according to FOX, every year since 1991, a convention called the Berkeley Springs International Water Tasting has been held in Berkeley […]

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