What’s In Your Drinking Water In Japan?
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After reading about water quality issues in the U.S. and around the world, we will be examining the water quality in our local communities. There are two types of sources for all fresh water. We get it either from underground sources, such as aquifers, or surface water from lakes, reservoirs, and rivers. In this activity, we will use an interactive website that allows us to look at our local water sources and the contaminants that can be found there.
Mechenich, C., Andrews, E., Peterson, J.O. (2013) Home Water Safety: Evaluating the Condition of Your Public Water Supply (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. [PDF, File size 99.6 KB].
Image of an example table from The National Drinking Water database. Information in the tables contains supplier name, location, and number of people served.
Image of a summary examples taken from The National Drinking Water database. Information consists of a list of contaminants from a specifc region, the testing result of the contaminant, whehter the health and legal limits were exceeded, and the testing history.
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