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Lead in Water Video Connects with Parents and Goes Viral on YouTube

“I’m happy to hear the video helped spread the word on this issue."

Tap Water Watch, a consumer focused water testing company that specializes in lead recently posted a YouTube video that has gone viral online. The YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmR0kc5sbLo spreads awareness and helps tell the story of the nationwide threat of lead in drinking water. Complete with astounding statistics and health effects to children, droves of concerned parents are ordering tests and putting pressure on their school districts to test water sources for lead.    

Of the recent video, Tap Water Watch Founder Scott Nelson said, “I’m happy to hear the video helped spread the word on this issue. Last year, the Flint Water Crisis brought nationwide awareness to a lead in drinking water problem that isn’t going away anytime soon. Millions of Americans are drinking water that passes through aging lead infrastructure and plumbing in their homes, offices and schools every day. It’s a major problem and not just a problem isolated to Flint.” Based on the statistics in the video and recent data from the EPA, Mr. Nelson appears to be right. Recent lead tests have shown extremely elevated levels of lead throughout the entire country and Tap Water Watch believes through proprietary software and economies of scale they can offer an inexpensive and easy solution to consumers.

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since: 09/2016
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