Water Works

We tend to take clean, safe drinking water for granted.

We tend to take clean, safe drinking water for granted. We turn the faucet on and there it flows. Water Works traces water from its source to faucets, and shows the challenges to our water supply like aging infrastructure, drought and pollution. It also examines what's being done to address these issues and how to keep clean water flowing in New Hampshire.

Major Funding for the production of Water Works is made possible by:
Epping Well and Pump Company, Inc.

Additional funding provided by: Coca Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England | EnviroVantage | Weston & Sampson | New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission | New Hampshire Water Works Association | New Hampshire Water Pollution Control Association | Resource Management, Inc. | Skillings and Sons, Inc. | Granite State Rural Water Association | New Hampshire Home Magazine


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Water Works (Full Program)

Water Works (Full Program)

Water Works traces water from its source to faucets.

Protect the Quality

Protect the Quality

Henry DeBoer of Epping Well and Pump.

Infrastructure Concerns

Infrastructure Concerns

Henry DeBoer of Epping Well and Pump.

The Source

The Source

Henry DeBoer of Epping Well and Pump.


Water Efficiency

Water Efficiency

Stacey Herbold from NH Department of Environmental Services.

Leaks

Leaks

Stacey Herbold from NH Department of Environmental Services.

Water Works (Preview)

Water Works (Preview)

Water Works traces water from its source to faucets.



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