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We take water seriously

Bringing in truckloads of bottled water is necessary, but what about next week? I’ve heard reports that some of the lead levels are so high that filtration isn’t enough What really needs to happen is that Flint must be connected to Lake Huron water via the Detroit water system

Everybody in this industry lives and breathes the idea that the plumber protects the health of the nation, which is what makes what’s going on in Flint, Michigan, all the more troubling. One of the best takes on the situation was written by my friend John Mesenbrink on Mechanical-Hub.com (http://bit.ly/1QGxw86), where John noted, “I recall sitting in an association’s seminar last year listening to the presenter talk about t

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