Celebrate Drinking Water Week

Posted on May 8, 2018 in GeneralInfo, News

Celebrate Drinking Water Week

Each year LCWSC  celebrates Drinking Water Week by featuring local water-themed artwork in the lobby.  Please drop by to see some of the beautiful artwork from area schools.

This year the theme for Drinking Water Week is Protect the Source.  

We’re kicking off #DrinkingWaterWeek today! Celebrate by caring for your #tapwater and protecting it at its source. #ProtecttheSource #AWWA  
It’s Drinking Water Week! Celebrate by caring for your tap water and protecting it at its source. How can you personally protect your local water source? 

Get to know your #tapwater and your local water source by reviewing your Consumer Confidence Report or talk to your #waterutility this #DrinkingWaterWeek. #ProtecttheSource #AWWA 
This is a good time to get to know your tap water and find out where your drinking water source is. Review your Consumer Confidence Report or talk to your water utility. 

We’re urging collaboration between #waterutilities and #farmers this #DrinkingWaterWeek to protect our source water and our #drinkingwater. #ProtecttheSource #AWWA 
Collaboration between water utilities and farmers is important this Drinking Water Week to protect our source water, which will assure safe drinking water for our communities. 

Replace lead-based #water pipes and plumbing this #DrinkingWaterWeek! Talk to a plumber and your #waterutility for help. #ProtecttheSource #AWWA 
This Drinking Water Week is a good time to check and replace lead-based water pipes and plumbing in your home. Talk to a plumber and your local water utility about doing that!