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Old 01-09-2017, 08:06 PM   #1
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Problems with the water system in Blain Minnesota

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Old 01-09-2017, 09:21 PM   #2
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I swear, around my area you see "boil water" on the news two to three times a year. And that's not counting Flint....
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And third world countries get heat over their water supply.
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were becoming a third world country.our infrastructure is just about crumbled into the ground ..more ares are warning of chemicals and contaminated water supply, I fear this is only the beginning..
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water safety is becoming a real problem across the US what with Fracking and everything. What's a plumber to do?

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one of the biggest problem way more than fracking, is all the pharmaceuticals ending up in the water we drink, the treatment plants cant remove those dissolved chemicals in the water with the filtration systems they now have .all the medications you take then pee or throw out your old stuff by flushing ends back in the water you drink..
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one of the biggest problem way more than fracking, is all the pharmaceuticals ending up in the water we drink, the treatment plants cant remove those dissolved chemicals in the water with the filtration systems they now have .all the medications you take then pee or throw out your old stuff by flushing ends back in the water you drink..


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