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Imagine a Day Without Water

by New England Water Communications Collaborative category: Education

“Can't use the loo? What would you do? House on fire? No fireman on the wire. Imagine a Day Without Water #valuewater http://thndr.me/Q4vbBg

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This campaign ended on October 12, 2017 at 10AM

Can you even begin to imagine a day without water? It isn’t just your personal use of water – brushing your teeth, flushing your toilet, taking a shower – though those rituals are vital. Water is also essential to a functioning economy. What is a college campus or a hotel supposed to do if there is no water? They close. How can a restaurant, coffee shop, or brewery serve customers without water to cook, make coffee and beer, or wash the dishes? They can’t. And what about manufacturers – from pharmaceuticals to automobiles – that rely on water? They would grind to a halt too.

An economic study released by the Value of Water Campaign earlier this year found that a single nationwide day without water service would put $43.5 billion of economic activity at risk. There is no doubt about it – a day without water is a crisis. That is why we are joining with hundreds of groups across the country for Imagine a Day Without Water.

Join us as we work to educate the public, as well as financial decision makers at the state and federal levels, on the importance of investing in our water infrastructure.  

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New England Water Communications Collaborative

The New England Water Communications Collaborative is a group of drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, and public works professionals who work together to educate the public about the value of water and water service.

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