May 6-12, 2018 is National Drinking Water Week. From lead to fluoride, from private wells to public water systems, there are many consumer issues related to the water you drink. If you are interested in learning about Colorado’s drinking water, start with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment’s Drinking Water: Consumer Information webpage. Here you can find links to information about how drinking water is treated, regulated and tested, and what substances can be found in your water. For more resources, search our library’s online catalog.
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