This post may be shocking. (70% of our readers say it is.)
We’re here to reveal the 5 Most Common Myths About Water Quality.
First, a 6th myth that didn’t make our list:
Myth: “The government agencies and powers that be can handle water quality monitoring, and there’s nothing for me to do.”
Fact: The President’s Council on Science and Technology, plus many other institutions, have all called for an increase in “citizen science” and hyperlocal data monitoring to ensure the safety of our local water supplies.
Translation: we need everyday citizens to get involved to predict and prevent water-related…
I’m Doll Avant, Founder and CEO of Aquagenuity.
Most of us remember when the contaminated water crisis in Flint, MI hit national headlines in 2016. When I heard the news, I, like most Americans, was shocked. But as a data scientist and a graduate of Harvard University, I wanted a better understanding of what was really happening. Basically, I couldn’t let it go. How could this be happening in the United States of America? Don’t we have the best water in the world?
I started researching everything I could find about water’s impact on public health in the United States…
On March 22, millions of people around the world celebrated United Nations World Water Day. You probably saw posts on your Instagram Account that looked like this:
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