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  • For the Clean Water Community, Every Day Is Earth Day

    For the Clean Water Community, Every Day Is Earth Day On Monday, an article in USA Today focused on something many people have been saying for years: “we aren't motivated to do anything about environmental problems until they are staring us in the face.”  Back in 1970 when the Earth Day was created, the organizers used the event as rallying cry to motivate the public at a time were environmental concerns were only beginning to enter the mainstream, prompted by smog and pictures of the Cuyahoga River on fire. These days, Earth Day isn’t as much of a rallying cry, but a way of refocusing the community on the issues that are not always at the forefront of the communal consciousness.  Issues like water and wastewater infrastructure, stormwater, water reuse[…]

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