Evelyn Wendel

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Founding Director of WeTap, a non-profit dedicated to improving awareness, access and use of public drinking fountains

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Yesterday's  special edition of Which Way, LA?  celebrated the centennial of the LA Aqueduct. Now it’s time to ask why more people don’t drink the tap water that comes from the DWP.

LA Aqueduct Is 100 Years Old, but We Don't Drink the Water

Yesterday's special edition of Which Way, LA? celebrated the centennial of the LA Aqueduct. Now it’s time to ask why more people don’t drink the tap water that comes from the DWP.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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