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Drinking Water Protection Area Signs

DRINKING WATER PROTECTION AREA SIGNS

During February 2014, Sardis Water placed eight (8) signs in various locations along six (6) Saline County roads as follows: Carl Moren Road, Chicot Road, East Fairview Road, 2 on East Sardis Road, Hogue Road and 2 on West Fairview Road. The signs read “Drinking Water Protection Area” and they mark the boundary of an area designated around the location of our production wells that produce the water used by Sardis Water customers. The signs are placed on the borders of the protection area where major roads enter the area.

 

The purpose of the signs is mainly to increase the general public awareness the area has drinking water production wells....

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Clean Water Around the Globe

Clean Water Around the Globe

We North Americans have unparalleled access to clean water. Clean water is such a given that we have the luxury of judging water based solely on its taste. We can simply assume that our tap water, across this entire continent, is clean and safe to drink. It’s astounding, really. The idea of not being able to find any clean water to drink is almost incomprehensible to us. This is not the case, however, in many other parts of the world.  In fact, 795 million people —one in nine people across the globe— live without access to clean, drinkable water.

As we continue our look at Clean Water, having looked at the history of and process of water treatment and purification in Part 1 and Part 2, this month we will begin to look at some exciting innovations in providing clean water to people who need it.  

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