Why do Americans love tap water?

The United States continues to lead the world in tap water use, but it has come a long way in the past half century.

Americans have become increasingly aware of the health benefits of drinking tap water, and the number of households that have access to clean, safe tap water has tripled since 1990.

Since then, a number of other countries have been making similar progress, but we still lag behind.

“We are not doing well at all,” said David Borenstein, director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest, which studies water quality.

“We are still far behind in terms of the quality of our tap water.

We have a long road to go.”

What we know about tap water qualityIn 2016, the U.S. Geological Survey released its first annual study of tap water in the United States.

The report found that the quality and quantity of tap tap water varied greatly among regions, with some regions, like the Southwest, consistently providing higher levels of nitrates and nitrites than others.

As of last year, the federal government’s tap water data is available to the public through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

But we don’t know how well these regional averages are representative of the country as a whole.

The EPA’s tap-water data is more comprehensive, but the agency relies on data from states that are not included in the EPA’s analysis.

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