Lichon said right now DHD No. 2s role in the community is to help residents find clean water sources. Either they are getting the reverse osmosis system most people are taking that system over the having the water cooler put in their homes and we work with them, he said. We attend meetings and we are kind of a go between with the township and the state, that has been kind of our role in this. So far Lichon said there have been 65 reverse osmosis systems and 22 water cooler systems installed, with some pending systems to be installed in Oscoda. Lichon said he was unsure what new information

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HMDA officials say that the coolers would be repaired soon. But staff at the park say that it has been more than six months now since the coolers are lying unused. Rajalingam, maintenance manager, Lumbini Park Boating Unit says, On an average the revenue generated is Rs 1 lakh per day and many tourists want clean drinking water. It would be a great help to people if the coolers are repaired. The ticket is priced Rs 20 but a bottle of water here costs Rs 30, said Ramesh Naik a visitor to the Lumbini Park. For families visiting the park buying water for 8 to 10 members is proving to be quite

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Gather said water used for drinking and cooking was fine. There were some old maintenance sinks and the physics labs that are not used as much that were above the threshold, and we shut those areas off, he said. Gathers said the school has contacted a consultant who is coming Monday to assess the district and see what steps it should take next. He said all of the areas that tested high for lead or copper were turned off and the district plans to address any repairs over the summer months. Gathers said the school could put filters on each faucet to reduce lead and copper levels, but they want

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School staff are trying to make the water more appealing to students. They began flushing out major pipes at Bodkin Elementary, Chesapeake Bay Middle School and Chesapeake High School about two weeks ago, after parents launched an online petition and lobbied school leaders and politicians to clear up the discoloration in schools' water. Despite reports from school officials that the water has cleared up since the flushing began, some parents aren't convinced the change is good enough. They still want water coolers, which guarantees clarity, they said. The schools' fountain water is safe to

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AACPS has adopted both the Federal (EPA) and State (MDE) secondary guidance for iron, which is set at 0.3 mg/L to minimize any noticeable effects of rusty color, sediment, metallic taste, and reddish or orange staining. Values outside of this range mean the water may potentially look aesthetically unpleasant, but do not mean the water is unsafe to drink. The water is flushed from the pipes at the complex each morning to rid it of as much iron and other mineral elements that have built up overnight or over the weekend as possible. The water is also independently tested three times per week by

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The EPA says buildings built before 1986 are more likely to have lead pipes, fixtures and solder. Lead was banned in new construction that year. Sharpsville tested drinking water in all three of its buildings about two weeks ago, Ferko said. When the results came back this week with higher than acceptable levels of lead and copper, the district immediately contacted the media and posted water testing results on its website. The school has shut off the water to the sinks in its high school/middle school nurse's examination room, its high school chemistry room 75, elementary science room and

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Ward number 17 still remains closed after a month.On Thursday, hospital authorities were also warned by the electricity department that power will be disconnected unless dues are paid. The hospital has to pay a bill of Rs 48 lakh for the past four months, a source told TOI.Principal of Doon medical college, Dr P B Gupta, said, All electrical and telephone bills have been sent to the treasury for payment as the money was released recently.Medical superintendent of the hospital, Dr K K Tamta, ... News Source: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/dehradun/patients-spar-with-doon-hosp-staff

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The water is treated but can vary in color. The rest of the schools are on county or city water systems. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency suggests the iron level in water be no greater than 0.3 milligram per liter for best look and taste. High iron content in water causes the rusty color, sediment, metallic taste and reddish and orange staining, according to the EPA. The agency has no health standards for iron because it's not considered harmful. Water test results from November to February in the three schools show iron levels as high as 3.32 milligram per liter, which is from a test

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Specifically, we saw a 24-degree F (13-degree C) drop using the same hardware and testing method. Prior to carrying out our water-cooling project on the Core P5 case , we measured temperatures for the CPU and GPU to see just how good the case would be for airflow, with a single fan to cool everything down (excluding the fans on the GPU). We found the Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo CPU cooler to perform wonderfully in keeping the overclocked Intel Core i5-6600K at a stable 126 degrees F (52 degrees C), running at just 675 RPM. That said, 126 degrees F is still more than 100 degrees F, and we'd

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Market and Yelachanahalli. With the mercury rising, passengers have been demanding water facilities at the stations. While certain stations on the Purple Line have drinking water units, none of the underground ones do. BMRCL has called for tenders to supply 22 water coolers and purifiers using the reverse osmosis (RO) technology, to be installed at 11 metro stations across Phase I. These machines will be able to store 80 litres of water and supply 60 litres of cool water an hour. The commissioning will take up to eight weeks from the time we issue the acceptance letter, a senior BMRCL official

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