Behind Bad Water Headlines: An Investigative Report

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We all need to drink water to survive. The Romans had aqueducts, and now we have water fountains, water coolers, and kitchen faucets.

Our research details what these headlines mean, what they tell us about the nation’s water systems, and where the weak points may be.

Your water quality may depend on where you live in the U.S. Which cities have had the most water contamination in the past year?

WATER ISSUE TRENDS OVER THE YEARS

Access to drinking water has been a growing national issue in the news. Headlines for “residents without water” have nearly tripled, from 9% in 2018 to 24% in 2022.

WORRIED ABOUT WATER

As discussed earlier, larger cities with more people and smaller, less populated towns are equally impacted by low-quality or hazardous water.

ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT

The quality of drinking water in the U.S. is a major cause for concern.

Aging infrastructure and impurities, including hazardous chemicals, blight many water systems and can seriously impact people’s health.

It’s also costly and inconvenient when a household and community don’t have access to clean and safe drinking water.

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