Miami taps water, auto water tap nozzle to help with flood damage

Miami, Florida – The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is installing a new water nozzle on the city’s city-owned tap water floras.

According to a press release, the water nozzle, which is being installed at the Miami Beach Aqueduct, is the first of its kind in the state.

It will replace the existing water nozzle that is used for overflow flows and other public works, said a spokesperson for the Miami-Dade County Department of Public Works.

The new nozzle is located on the right side of the faucet and is intended to be installed in two areas, the first in the city of Miami Beach and the second in the south Miami area.

“We’re taking care of the damage that we can,” said Michael Paredes, an EPA spokesperson.

“This is the only nozzle that we have that is specifically designed to help alleviate flooding.”

The city’s water supply was affected by the flooding last week, and it’s unclear how much damage will be done.

The water nozzle is being tested to ensure it’s safe and effective.

The EPA is working to install the nozzle as soon as possible, Pareds said.

If there are any problems with the nozzle, Pares said they will take care of them.

The EPA did not immediately respond to a request for comment.