Can I drink the tap water?

How good is the tap water in Detroit, United States ?


38 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink", 27 people said "I love the tap water here", 14 people said "I drink filtered tap water".

All in all, 34% of folks here drink from the tap.



How good is the tap water in all of United States?


3665 people said "I drink filtered tap water", 4011 people said "I love the tap water here", 5284 people said "The tap water is not safe to drink".

All in all, 31% of folks here drink from the tap.

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Flint water crisis - Wikipedia   -Flint's water supply was switched back to Detroit water ... from the state and long- term funding to address the effects of the ...

Is Detroit tap water healthy to drink? - Quora   -Detroit boasts that it has some of the best drinking water anywhere. ... They instlalled a state of the art cleaning process that re-used most all the water in a ...

Water fluoridation in the United States - Wikipedia   -As with some other countries, water fluoridation in the United States is a contentious issue. As of May 2000, 42 of the 50 largest U.S. cities had water fluoridation. On January 25, 1945, Grand Rapids, Michigan, became the first community in the United States to fluoridate its drinking water to prevent ...

Drinking water supply and sanitation in the United States - Wikipedia   -Issues that affect drinking water supply and sanitation in the United States include water ..... Chicago is supplied by water from Lake Michigan and Detroit receives its water from the Detroit River. Philadelphia receives 60% of its water from the ...

Water privatization in the United States - Wikipedia   -According to the Detroit Free Press, The sprawling water system ... are delinquent and has begun turning off the taps of those who do not pay ... has filed a " submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the ...

Detroit Water and Sewerage Department - Wikipedia   -The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) is a public utility that provides water and sewerage services for Detroit, Michigan and owns the assets that provide water and sewerage services to 126 other communities in seven counties. It is one of the largest water and sewer systems in the United States. ... United Nations Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water ...

Tapwater Productions - Home | Facebook   -Tapwater Productions, Detroit, Michigan. 732 likes. Recording Studio. ... Thanks to everyone who has supported us over the years. We've had such a blast ...

Aging of Water Mains Is Becoming Hard to Ignore - The New York ...   -Apr 17, 2009 ... But the 6-inch-wide city pipe that still delivers drinking water to a block on Nixon ... water main breaks each year in the United States , according to the ... Failing pipes plagued Warren, Mich., just outside of Detroit , this winter.

Unsafe Lead Levels in Tap Water Not Limited to Flint - The New ...   -Feb 8, 2016 ... Both houses passed legislation to block a new Clean Water Act regulation, the Waters of the United States rule, that aims to assert authority ...

Events That Led to Flint's Water Crisis - The New York Times   -Jan 21, 2016 ... The city switches its water supply from Detroit's system to the Flint River. ... 104 parts per billion of lead are detected in drinking water at the home of Lee Anne ... Mr. Wyant, the director of the state environment agency, resigns.

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