Floods and Safe Drinking Water (PSA Radio Script)

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Safe drinking water is a major concern following a flood or high water.

Iowa State University Extension reminds you to watch for signs of unsafe well water. If your well has been flooded or if you see cloudiness, dirt or particles in tap water, your well may need to be disinfected.

If you have questions, call your local Extension office. Extension also has free publications about drinking water precautions.

This message comes to you from Iowa State University Extension's SAFE FARM program, to make Iowa farms a safe place to work and live.

This radio public service announcement script was distributed by Iowa State University Extension as part of the Safe Farm Program. Safe Farm promotes health and safety in agriculture. It is funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Iowa State University, and a network of groups that serve Iowa farm workers and their families. Distribution date: August 1993

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