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Lead and Our Drinking Water: The Case for Federal Investment

Federal investment in replacing lead service lines has multiple benefits.

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PFAS Chemicals – Protecting Our Drinking Water And Our Health

PFAS are a class of human-made chemicals which includes Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl substances.

Lead and Drinking Water

Lead is a highly poisonous metal and can affect almost every organ in the body and the nervous system. It is a naturally occurring element found, due to human activity, in all parts of our environment.

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The Roadmap for Reform

Federal and State Action Needed to Protect Water from Upstream Oil and Gas Activities

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Action Center on Drinking Water and Pollution

The goal of the Center is to solve drinking water challenges with equitable solutions that address water pollution at the source. Polluting industries, not vulnerable communities, should bear the cost of cleaning up pollution that threatens drinking water sources.

From We All Live Downstream

How to use the Clean Water Act to Protect Drinking Water

Collaborating to Protect our Drinking Water - Let’s Put the Clean Water Act to Work

October 28, 2022

We can and should do more to put the Clean Water Act to work to protect our drinking water. That’s where the Source Water Collaborative comes in.

Clean Water 50 Stories: Kate Koeze

Clean Water 50 Stories: Kate Koeze

October 17, 2022

In honor of Clean Water Action's 50th birthday, we are lifting up voices and stories in the Clean Water movement through #CleanWater50Stories.