by Robin on Mar 25, 2010 at 9:47 AM
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What a great display of Mountain Valley Spring Water at Whole Foods in Little Rock. Use our Mountain Valley Locator to find Retail Distributors in your area.

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by Breck on Mar 15, 2010 at 10:00 AM
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Turning on our water in our homes is so second nature that we just don't have enough time in the day to think about what all is involved with delivering water to our homes.

A New York Times article written by Charles Duhigg talks about our aging water delivery infrastucture and how pipes are breaking down across many U.S. towns. Some key quotes from this article include

“We’re relying on water systems built by our great-grandparents, and no one wants to pay for the decades we’ve spent ignoring them,” said Jeffrey K. Griffiths, a professor atTufts University and a member of the E.P.A.’s National Drinking Water Advisory Council.

“There’s a lot of evidence that people are getting sick,” he added. “But because everything is out of sight, no one really understands how bad things have become.”

Click here to read the entire New York Times article

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by 1011Web on Mar 9, 2010 at 1:27 PM

Gary Davidson of Bellingham makes a great point in his letter to the Seattle Times editor in response to Gov. Chris Gregoire's proposal to tax bottled water.

Gary writes, "There is nothing more important to the human body than water intake. Many people are not around a faucet 24 hours a day and bottled water is a way of keeping all of us out of medical facilities and keeping healthy on a daily basis. Nursing homes pass out bottled water on day trips. Ever gone on a walk without bottled water to help with dehydration?

"The best way of catching up with your daily intake is to have that bottled water available while in the car and eating a snack during lunch break. And what about those who send their children to school and put water in their lunchbox? Or those who just drink bottled water due to bad well water?

"The fact is, it will make it too expensive for many budgets with the penny-an-ounce tax."

We need more letters like this.

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