Our Team is Celebrating Drinking Water Week!

It’s a strange world of language in which skating on thin ice can get you into hot water.” – Franklin P. Jones

Drinking Water Week is May 2-8 this year! Water is an essential nutrient, if there was no water, there would be no life on earth. Water is one of the valuable and indispensable resources; it plays a key role in the human body. We can survive up to several weeks without food, but only a few days without water.


Our team is observing Drinking Water Week by recognizing the vital role tap water plays in daily life, the infrastructure that is required to carry it to and from homes and businesses, and the critical work that water professionals accomplish around the clock. Whether it’s an engineer designing a capital project, an operator ensuring the safety and quality of drinking water or a member of a pipe crew maintaining the infrastructure in our community, water professionals work around the clock to ensure tap water is there when you need it.

Visit the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) website to learn more about Drinking Water Week: https://www.awwa.org/Events-Education/Drinking-Water-Week


We’re Here to Help You Inform Your Community About the Quality of Their Drinking Water

We are currently working with the Plainville Department of Public Works, the Westminster Department of Public Works, The Central Massachusetts Regional Stormwater Coalition, and several other communities in the Commonwealth to provide public outreach services. We are skilled at crafting consumer confidence/water quality reports, water conservation educational outreach materials, MS4 permitting outreach plans and communications, as well as water crisis communications strategies. Some of our services include:

  • Creating fact sheets, brochures, websites, and social media posts

  • Drafting of public notices and inserts for water/wastewater bills

  • Arranging community workshops and community meetings

  • Drafting press releases and pitching news stories to the media

Finding the right means to reach customers and deciding what to say may seem like a challenge, but ratepayers who understand and care about their drinking water supply are more likely to support the utility’s source water protection efforts.


At Capital Strategic Solutions we don't succeed until you do. We provide our clients with the support to develop strategic communications helping address or prevent environmental issues regarding the quality of water. Contact us today! Email info@capital-strategic-solutions.com or call 508-690-0046.

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