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GWA maintains "Guam's water safe to drink"

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - The water coming from your tap is safe to drink. That's the latest from the Guam Waterworks Authority's 2009 Water Quality Report.  GWA Spokesperson Heidi Ballendorf says the report is required each year detailing the technical areas of how the water is tested.

The good news is that the water is clean enough to drink, as Ballendorf said, "I guess the bottom line, in fact, I know the bottom line is that the water is safe to drink. So the answer is yes. We're hoping the public will reduce their bottle water habit and consume more tape water."

To view the report yourself, click here.

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