Drinking Water Awareness Week Toolkit

Fix-A-Leak Week Toolkit

Drinking Water Awareness Week Infographic: The Facts on Drinking Water

Monday, May 3: How Do You Get Your Water?

Tuesday, May 4: Private Residential Well Awareness Day

Wednesday, May 5: PFAS and Your Drinking Water

Thursday, May 6: Lead in Water

Friday, May 7: Get Involved

 

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Do you know where your drinking water comes from? Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekLet's work together toward a clean water future for Michigan. Take action at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekGet your water moving! Flush pipes and reduce the amount of lead in your water. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekWell maintenance is key when you have a private residential well. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekBe well-water health! Get your private residential well water tested. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekWhat are PFAS and how do they get into drinking water? Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeek

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Do you know where your drinking water comes from? Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekLet's work together toward a clean water future for Michigan. Take action at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekGet your water moving! Flush pipes and reduce the amount of lead in your water. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekWell maintenance is key when you have a private residential well. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekBe well-water health! Get your private residential well water tested. Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeekWhat are PFAS and how do they get into drinking water? Learn more at Michigan.gov/DrinkingWaterWeek


Drinking Water Awareness Week

Michigan will recognize Drinking Water Awareness Week from May 2-8, 2021, in accordance with National Drinking Water Week. Drinking Water Week was established by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and its partners.  The Week provides a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the communities they serve to recognize the vital role water plays in our daily lives.