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Others raised the idea of using filters to block contaminants from the water supply.
A few minutes later there was the first indication water supply was a problem at the scene.
Government officials—locally and statewide—blatantly lied about the water supply being safe for human consumption.
Fibers could come from clothing that contain materials like polyester -- washing machines put these into the water supply.
Drinking water pipes leached lead into the water supply as a result, leading to a corresponding rise in the blood-lead levels of residents and children.
Everything from the water supply to sewage treatment to the preservation of food is threatened.
Knowing that water tests only take 10 minutes would both increase the safety of the water supply but also possibly allow for more efficient water treatment.
Infectious diseases also spread more easily after these kinds of weather events, and general infrastructure damage (such as to the water supply) carry unpredictable public health consequences.
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