Category water drops

82free @ Water For Flint Rally

82Free was present for the Water For Flint Rally formally labeled “The Environmental Justice Rally” February 1, 2016 hosted by Pastor Ezra L. Tillman Jr. at the First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church. Pastor Jamal Bryant, Russell Simmons, Attorney Phaedra Parks, Attorney Benjamin Crump, Mayor Karen Weaver, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, Pastor David Bullock, and…

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82Free‬ Attends The Flint Water Crisis Community Forum

A few take aways from today’s water crisis legal forum (thanks Omar): The city of Flint is in bad shape, beyond bad. A large crowd of people filled the standing room only church, many of which bearing scars and noticeable skin irritation, and voicing concern about pre-existing chronic health conditions. The people in…

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130 gallons of lead free water delivered to shiloh commons

Thanks to all of your generous donations 82free (all of us) was able to distribute 130 gallons of lead free water to Shiloh Commons Townhouse neighborhood.  Distribution of these 5 gallon water jugs will reduce the plastic foot print as well as be refilled once we arrive with our water truck!  Whew!  Imagine…

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Flint water crisis: Michigan governor asks for $28 million

(CNN)Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder vowed to do everything in his power to solve the Flint water crisis, asking legislators for $28 million to fund a series of immediate actions. Read Snyder’s plan He also apologized for the crisis during his annual State of the State speech Tuesday night. The Republican governor has become…

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87 cases, 10 fatal, of Legionella bacteria found in Flint area

DETROIT, MI — A spike in cases of Legionella bacteria has been discovered in the Flint area, Gov. Rick Snyder and a pair of Health and Human Services Department officials announced Wednesday. Officials said there’s no evidence of a clear link between the outbreak and the water system change that’s caused an uproar…

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typical water usage

Estimates vary, but each person uses about 80-100 gallons of water per day. Are you surprised that the largest use of household water is to flush the toilet, and after that, to take showers and baths? That is why, in these days of water conservation, we are starting to see toilets and showers…

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