Thank you Dr. Pankaj Parekh WeTap has kept listening to your advice and we are advancing public water access here in Los Angeles with LADWP, City of LA, LAUSD, LA
“As a professor of Oral Health and Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine, my research demonstrates that what is shared across the Internet often contradicts scientific consensus and
Governor Brown signs AB 496, historic water legislation supporting school districts across the state to provide “free, fresh drinking water.” Imagine a future where school children trust, appreciate and drink
“Evelyn Wendel launched WeTap, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit dedicated to public water promotion, after noticing that the fountains at the park where her kids played were frequently broken or dirty.
As the federal agency responsible for ensuring the safety of drinking water, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency establishes protective standards for our tap water and oversees testing and management programs
The $19,831,708 approved to eliminate lead is setting a “serious standard for school districts across the nation,” said Evelyn Wendel. Read the Lausd Press release Here
“At deLaB‘s Making LA conference, DnA’s Frances Anderton talked with Evelyn Wendel, founder of WeTap, a nonprofit that, said Anderton, that “in one simple idea harnesses public health, public space, conservation