Drinking Water Week: "Protecting the Source"

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May 5-11 is Drinking Water Week, established many years ago by the American Water Works Association. This year's theme is Protecting the Source. We all play a key role in keeping our drinking water sources clean and abundant. Local source protection plans in Ontario protect sources of municipal drinking water for more than 900 groundwater wells, 70 Great Lakes intakes, 60 inland intakes, and 13 Lake St. Clair and St. Lawrence River intakes!

May 5-11 is Drinking Water Week, established many years ago by the American Water Works Association. This year's theme is Protecting the Source. We all play a key role in keeping our drinking water sources clean and abundant. Local source protection plans in Ontario protect sources of municipal drinking water for more than 900 groundwater wells, 70 Great Lakes intakes, 60 inland intakes, and 13 Lake St. Clair and St. Lawrence River intakes!

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    What do you do at home to protect and conserve water? Some actions may include: properly dispose of hazardous wastes, maintain your septic tank, water reuse etc.

    What do you do at home to protect and conserve water? Some actions may include: properly dispose of hazardous wastes, maintain your septic tank, water reuse etc.