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JCSUD’s CareShare program continues. The program is designed to assist eligible customers who are having difficulty paying their water utility bill because of an unforeseen financial hardship. Read More . . . 

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It would be a mistake not to remind customers of the CareFlite program that the District offers. Read more from a customer that shared a recent experience . . .  

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Flint’s Rocky Road to Unleaded Water at the Tap: Does JCSUD Compare?

More recently the water crisis in Flint, Michigan has made virtually every major and local headline and newscast about the drinking water and detecting high levels of lead.  It may be some time before all the facts surrounding Flint are understood. Nevertheless, it prompts everyone everywhere to wonder about how diligent their own water system is performing to avoid the fallout which Flint struggles with today.  The problem in Flint places a spotlight of the effects of lead and how it can show up at the water tap. Flint’s ordeal stresses the need for all water utilities to be diligent in their efforts, and communication with the public, to mitigate the lead content measured in the water...

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Clean Water. <br>Part 1.

Clean Water.
Part 1.

If you’re like me, the thought of clean water doesn’t seem astounding. Clean water is expected, not extraordinary. We simply turn on the tap, and pour a glass of fresh, clean, safe water.  .  . Anytime we want! But this is not a universal truth.  Clean water is one of the earth’s most precious resources, but it is not available to everyone. In fact, an estimated one billion people on this planet (that’s 1 person out of every 8) do not have access to clean, safe water.  Now THAT is truly astounding. And sobering.

For the next few months, we’re going to be looking at the issue of Clean Water. How do we get it? What about those one billion people who don’t have access to it? Please keep reading to find out more about this vital, indeed life-giving, resource . . .

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