Nyc Water Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
A combination of aqueducts, reservoirs, and tunnels supply fresh water to New York City. With three major water systems (Croton, Catskill, and Delaware) stretching up to 125 miles (201 km) away from the city, its water supply system is one of the most extensive municipal water systems in the world.
You can read about the existing threats to NYC's tap water on riverkeeper.org, "Because NYC’s water supply is unfiltered, an aggressive program of watershed protection is essential to protect it at its source. The continued quality of the city’s premier drinking water depends on ensuring that the watersheds remain unpolluted and that the water infrastructure is sound. The greatest threats to the NYC watershed are sprawl, aging infrastructure and the presence of pharmaceuticals in our waters."
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?lovedeeeply says"@MartinxHodgson nyc sewers can’t pump the water upstate when it rains more than 3 inches cumulatively within a few… https://t.co/GNYvyqOoQ4"
jackie marie says"RT @ZohranKMamdani: If you can't pay your property tax or water bill, NYC sells your debt to private firms, who tack on huge fees & interes…"
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