By April Day, Director of Publishing for Save The Water™ | August 2, 2019 The mission of Save the WaterTM is simple. Our mission is to conduct research to identify and remove harmful chemicals from water; to improve water quality and human health; and to apply this research toward the education of present and future […]
There once were three villages, and all were well. Over time, the first village ran out of water, the second village’s water became unclean, but the third village was able to keep their water clean and in abundant supply. The world is waking up and working on village number one. With the destabilized global hydrologic systems we are all living with, our common humanity may be all members of village one. Village two is in great need, yet there are a great many people and resources being directed at solving the problem. Village three is happening. Not en masse, but step by step.
The city issued a drinking water alert Thursday after test results showed unsafe levels of the metal thallium in a well that serves the Traverse Mountain area.
Lehi’s water department said the situation did not constitute an emergency, and the city was using a different culinary water source to serve the Traverse Mountain area.