World Plumbing Day – Other Countries Plumbing Woes and Solutions

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Next week is World Plumbing Day.

I’ve talked about areas in the United States that have less than ideal plumbing situations. From Flint, Michigan’s lead-laden water, to the plumbing woes of low income communities, clean drinking water and adequate plumbing isn’t always accessible.

Today though, I decided to focus on some of the different ways that plumbing is handled outside of the US. Plumbing isn’t standardized across the world, so it’s eye-opening to learn about some of the issues ...

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Is California in a wetter place?

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It’s not news that California has been in a drought for the past several years.

But there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. In the last 30 days San Francsico has gotten 8.65 inches of precipitation – 4 inches over the “average” month total for January. January 2015 was shocking with literally no precipitation at all. The previous two years before that wasn’t much better.

San Diego? It’s gotten 3 inches this past month, a full inch more ...

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Flint, Michigan: a lead poisoning epidemic

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Could more be done?

That’s the question a lot of Flint, Michigan residents are asking about their water. It’s been 1,000 days since the city of Flint began drawing water from the Flint River. What was the reason behind switching to begin with? Oh, to save money. That didn’t go as planned – and not just at the expense ...

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