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"I tell you, we literally started this at 5:00 this morning, the preparation for having bottled water in those schools that don't have the infiltration system," said Precious Gilliard of Aramark. Some schools were supplied with water coolers; others had pallets of bottled water delivered. All of the district's silverware, pots and pans were sent to South Scranton Intermediate where they could be cleaned at 190 degrees. Manager Precious Gilliard says her staff had to make last-minute calls to Walmart to get all of the fresh water they could. "The Department of Agriculture would allow us to boil

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Water coolers have been placed in each of the affected areas. Ferko said the results appeared to be random, with one room coming back with high lead content and an adjacent room using the same water main having acceptable lead levels. None was found in our drinking fountains, but students were allowed to fill their water bottles from the nurses sink, he said. Ferko said they also contacted Microbac Laboratories Inc., the company that did the initial testing, to retest their water on Wednesday. He said Sharpsville decided to test its water after an alleged cover-up involving elementary school

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There is no state mandate for schools to test for lead or copper in drinking water, so it is unclear which if any of the other nine public school districts in Mercer County have been tested. Calls to the Sharon City School District and Farrell Area School District went unreturned. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, lead can enter drinking water when pipes or fixtures containing lead corrode, especially where the water has high acidity or low mineral content. The most common problem occurs when brass or chrome-plated brass faucets or fixtures have lead solder, the agency

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Skyriver CEO Faheema Mohamed said: We have been looking at all kinds of alternatives to tackling the issue of water shortages. This technology has been around in some form for 5,000 years so it got us thinking lets bring it to this region. In simple terms, we are harvesting the purest drinking water from thin air. No need for bottles, no plastic, no chemicals. This is water in its purest form. The units designed for homes produce up to 20 litres of water per day, while our biggest units, designed for industrial use, can make up to 10,000 litres of drinking water in 24 hours. And the best part

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Sharpsville, Mercer and West Middlesex school districts have all discovered lead and copper levels exceeding the national standard limits at some places within their buildings. All three are served by the private water company Aqua Pennsylvania. None of the schools found lead in the drinking fountains used by students. There is no state mandate for schools to test for lead or copper in drinking water, so it is unclear which if any of the other nine public school districts in Mercer County have been tested. Calls to the Sharon City School District and Farrell Area School District went unreturned.

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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 drink but occasionally appears discolored due to iron buildup, according

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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 water cooler 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

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