Town Hall to Highlight Allegheny County Water Quality

We will be hosting a Town Hall on Thursday, 9/14 at the Homewood Community Engagement Center, Main Classroom 622 N. Homewood Ave., in Pittsburgh to discuss water quality ratings from our collaborative report, Measuring Up, Grading drinking water quality, affordability, and transparency practices in Allegheny County Water Systems.

The Pittsburgh Water Collaboratory for Water Research, Education and Outreach and Women for a Healthy Environment evaluated 36 water systems, documenting transparency, affordability, and water quality practices. We evaluated new information solicited from Allegheny County water systems and prior data collected in 2020 as part of WHE’s “Somethings in the Water Report.”

This information and data were distilled into report cards for 36 individual community water systems with an environmental justice lens. This report documents that process, details the findings, and provides recommendations to move forward.

Please join us! Register here!



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