It’s hard to believe sometimes in this country, but there is a global water crisis. Not enough people have access to safe, clean water—which means babies, children, and entire communities are getting sick and even dying from completely preventable diseases.
Only 1% of the world’s water is safe to drink—and here in America, our tap water is often contaminated with pesticides, lead, and even pharmaceuticals that people have dumped down their drains.
Access to clean drinking water is an important health issue—and that’s why we’re taking action at Robinson’s Plumbing Service by celebrating National Drinking Water Week, May 6-12!
All week long, we’ll be bringing special attention to the importance of safe drinking water. Visit our Facebook page regularly and follow us on Twitter for fun facts, important bulletins, and ways you can help communities gain access to clean water sources.
We’ll have prizes and giveaways too! “LIKE” us on Facebook and tell your friends about us during National Drinking Water Week, and you will have a chance to win a FREE $25 GAS CARD! We’ll give away one card every day during National Drinking Water Week!
Cleaner water is healthier water and can be the start of a healthier life for you and your family. That’s why we’re also offering $200 off any home water filatration system to encourage everyone in the Greater Richmond area and surrounding cities and counties to get cleaner, healthier water. Call us for details at -804-794-0918.
All month long, Robinson’s Plumbing Service will be donating a portion of our profits to www.Water.orgto help in the global fight to bring clean drinking water to communities that need it most.
About a fifth of the world’s population (about a BILLION people) does not have access to safe drinking water. 3.57 million people die of a water-related illness (usually caused by fecal matter in contaminated water) every year. That’s equal to the entire population of Los Angeles.
Enough is enough. Join Robinson’s Plumbing Service during National Drinking Water Week to find out howyou can make a difference and for ideas for making your own water safer to drink too!