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Most of the U.S. experiences more intense and frequent periods of drought. Many utilities leverage a broad range of traditional communication tools to convey information to their customers, including bill inserts, print media, advertisements and other marketing strategies.
This guidebook presents a menu of best management practices and key drought and water shortage communication strategies and the resources needed to accomplish these strategies.
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This newly released report on Lithium in Drinking Water, reviews information on potential human health effects from exposure to lithium in drinking water. Lithium is a natural element that is found in rocks, soils and water in varying concentrations throughout the world.
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law – enacted in November 2021 – is launching a new era of funding opportunities for drinking water and wastewater projects across the U.S. and U.S. territories. Here, AWWA offers resources and guidance for water professionals seeking to access this funding for local water projects.