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BLOG | If it’s Yellow, Let it Mellow – Happy World Toilet Day!

If it’s Yellow, Let it Mellow World Toilet Day Did you know that November 19th is World Toilet Day? Let’s celebrate!  Here is what you need to know about World Toilet Day- It became officially recognized November 19, 2012 as a United Nations International observance day to “inspire action to tackle the global sanitation crisis.” … Continued

Providing Girls with Healthy Supplies to Make Sanitary Pads

At DLDT we have trained thousands of girls in making reusable pads that can last for years. Periods are normal, but many girls don’t have access to information or supplies to manage themselves in a healthy way. That’s why we build bathing facilities at schools for girls, provide training and supplies to make pads, and … Continued

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Meatless Mondays: Good for You & the Environment

#MeatlessMonday is more than just a hashtag, it’s a movement. This movement has one main purpose: protect our precious earth. If you think that meatless Monday won’t affect you, that it’s just another environmental stunt, you’d be wrong! Three things are majorly benefitted by pledging Meatless Mondays: Your wallet The environment Your health Now, we’re not … Continued

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Water and Lead: A Tale of Lost Love

Here at Drink Local. Drink Tap. we value clean and safe tap water. Ever wonder how and why lead has moved its way into our drinking water? Want to know the appropriate way to filter out harmful substances from your family’s water sources? Read our infographic below! 

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Infographic: The water rich vs. the water poor

World Water Day 2015 is this weekend. This year’s event celebrates the vital role that water plays in fostering sustainable development. But it’s also important to remember that, just as levels of economic and social development are uneven worldwide, so too is access to safe drinking water and sanitation uneven. This inequality of water creates … Continued

It’s time to talk openly about sanitation

Today is World Toilet Day, “a day to raise awareness about all people who do not have access to a toilet.” This year marks the second time that that United Nations has recognized this event. Now, some may find it odd that the world’s supranational governing body would devote an entire day to the symbol of … Continued