Your zip code should not decide if your tap water is safe to drink. Everyone should have clean drinking water.

The fact is if you live in a large city with a well run and well managed water system you probably enjoy safe drinking water at your kitchen tap.  Unfortunately there are thousands of smaller systems that are not well funded and sometimes mismanaged.  Many simply do not have the information they need to make the right decisions.  Small utilities look to regulations to decide what is important for their systems.  No regulations requiring water tanks and towers to be cleaned have left thousands of systems across the country dirty and at risk for contamination from bacteria protozoa and even viruses!

Ron Perrin Clean Water Tank Project, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 by the Internal Revenue Service and has been Incorporated by the Texas Secretary of State as a Nonprofit Corporation.  Your support will greatly help our efforts to provide education and promotion of safe water system practices to smaller and at-risk systems.  The purpose of our org is to highlight the need for clean public water storage tanks.


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