DrinkTap.org Offers Information About Tap Water During Drinking Water Week

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As Drinking Water Week continues, the American Water Works Association and water professionals across North America are encouraging the public to learn about their water supply and local water utility by visiting AWWA’s fully updated consumer website, DrinkTap.org.

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“DrinkTap.org is a valuable resource for utilities to draw on to help their customers, and consumers can tap into it to learn about all things water,” said AWWA Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance.

As Drinking Water Week continues, the American Water Works Association and water professionals across North America are encouraging the public to learn about their water supply and local water utility by visiting AWWA’s fully updated consumer website, DrinkTap.org.

DrinkTap.org offers consumers an opportunity to browse information on various subjects including conservation, household leaks, infrastructure, bottled water, drought, pollution, fluoridation and contaminants – including lead.

Additionally, a new kids’ section offers videos, games and educational links. A calendar has also been added to the site that focuses on events important to the water, science and engineering communities.

“DrinkTap.org is a valuable resource for utilities to draw on to help their customers, and consumers can tap into it to learn about all things water,” said AWWA Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance. “Learning about our water supply and our local water utility aids us in appreciating them.”

About Drinking Water Week
For more than 35 years, AWWA and its members have celebrated Drinking Water Week, a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to join together to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives. Additional information about Drinking Water Week, including free materials for download and celebration ideas, is available on the Drinking Water Week webpage.

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Established in 1881, the American Water Works Association is the largest nonprofit, scientific and educational association dedicated to managing and treating water, the world’s most important resource. With approximately 50,000 members, AWWA provides solutions to improve public health, protect the environment, strengthen the economy and enhance our quality of life.

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