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Since few slums have functional sanitary infrastructure, illnesses related to water supply, waste disposal, and garbage kill thousands of people around the world every day.
Other parts of the island face the danger of long-term corruption of drinking water supplies after Maria.
Any sector where supplies tend to be fixed but demand fluctuates — the water supply, health care — would seem like prime candidates for variable pricing.
Drinking water supplies in the Keys were cut off, fuel was running low and all three hospitals in the island chain were shuttered.
Utility and subway tunnels provide arteries for communications, water supply and Wi-Fi.
Civic leaders had begun pushing for a public water supply to replace the private company and finally, in 1885, the Oregon Legislature gave the OK for the city to finance its own municipal water system.
Flint city officials have until Oct. 23 to choose a long-term drinking water supply source for the city that complies with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emergency order to provide residents with safe water, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
First, turn off the water supply to your dishwashing unit and make sure to unload everything from the dishwasher.
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