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Is Our Drinking Water at Risk?
Is Canada's urban drinking water at risk? We know clean, drinkable water is vital to our survival, but most Canadians take water for granted, thinking we have lots of it and that it will always be there. The reality is, less than 3% of municipally-treated water is actually used for drinking. The average adult only drinks about 1.5 litres of water per day, including water used in drinks such as coffee, tea and juice. The rest? It goes down the drain, down the toilet, or on our gardens.
In this three part, cross-Canada conversation, RCIScience presents multiple scientific perspectives to consider the future of our urban drinking water.