September 19 - September 23, 2016

Fresno, CA, recently banned the use of galvanized pipe for water service in new construction and remodels from fears of corrosion and drinking-water contamination. What do you think of this move?


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It’s a good idea. Galvanized pipe is outdated and increases the possibility of several contaminants getting into residents' drinking water. 74%
It’s a bad idea. City officials should turn their attention to potentially corrosive water sources and the water treatment process instead. 26%


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Tagged categories: Health & Safety; North America; Pipeline; potable water

Comment from Tony S. Knoedl, (9/19/2016, 7:31 AM)

what took so long???


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