As more and more Americans use tap water, the EPA and state regulators are looking at how to help make sure that drinking water is safe.
The EPA is currently evaluating whether to allow more states to use water purifiers, which can help prevent lead contamination.
A few states, including North Dakota, Vermont, Maine and California, already have approved using water purifying systems for their water systems.
But it’s up to the states to decide whether to implement the technology or use bottled water, which is more efficient.
In recent years, the number of Americans who use tap or filtered water has skyrocketed.
According to a new study, the amount of tap water in the U.S. has jumped nearly 50 percent in the last decade.
The study analyzed data from the EPA, the U:S.
Geological Survey and the U,S.
Department of Agriculture.
The report looked at more than 3,000 water samples taken from the state of Texas, and it found that tap water consumption has nearly doubled since 2005.
The study found that since 2005, Americans have been consuming 1.4 million gallons of tap and filtered water per person, or nearly 10 times the amount that Americans consume in the rest of the world.
The report said that tap and filter water consumption is on a trajectory that will continue to rise.
According to the EPA’s 2015 Water Quality Data Review, the total amount of water that people in the United States use every day has grown by nearly 1,200 billion gallons since 2005: From 1.6 billion gallons in 2007 to 2.2 billion gallons per day in 2015.
While tap water use is up, there’s still plenty of water left to go around, and the EPA has already started to phase out tap water purging in some states.
The agency said that it will continue using tap water until at least 2032.
However, the agency also said that the water will only be used for water purifications for water systems that meet certain criteria.
For example, in Colorado, it is required that drinking tap water must meet the standards of the Colorado Water and Wastewater Authority.
If a system does not meet the requirements, the water must be used to treat wastewater, and if the system does meet the regulations, it will be used in other uses.