The water crisis is now a national crisis and Americans are drinking more than ever, but we’re not drinking the best water.
Here are the top 10 cities for drinking water.1.
Richmond’s water is pretty bad.
It’s rated the worst in the nation by U.S. News and World Report, and it has a higher per capita water usage rate than any other American city.
Residents in the city’s heavily industrial area, which includes the University of Virginia, have been drinking the city water since the 1980s.
And even though Richmond was supposed to start using desalination technology in the mid-1990s, the city hasn’t done so yet.2.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Los Angelenos have the highest rate of lead poisoning in the country, and its water has been polluted by a combination of sewage and industrial chemicals.
In fact, it’s been ranked as the most polluted city in the United States for several years.
The city’s water treatment plant is located in a residential area that’s also a major business center.3.
Despite being home to some of the best schools in the U. S., the city has the highest number of cases of Legionnaires’ disease, a potentially fatal illness caused by Legionella bacteria.
It was ranked No. 1 in the state in Legionnaires disease cases in 2015, and is now at No. 7.4.
Miami’s water supplies are among the most contaminated in the world.
It gets its water from the Mississippi River, and residents have to contend with high levels of pollutants, including arsenic and nitrate.
The state of Florida is in the process of regulating the water that flows through the river.5.
San Diego, Calif., and Phoenix, Ariz.
The top two spots for water pollution in the top 50 worst cities for the health of U.s. citizens?
San Diego and Phoenix.
The two cities are in the middle of the country’s water crisis, and they’re the two most polluted cities in the Southwest.6.
The most polluted U. s. city?
The one with the most lakes?
Minneapolis and its suburbs are the least polluted in the Midwest.7.
Houston is ranked No 1 for pollution in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Houston has a history of water quality issues, from the dumping of untreated sewage into the Gulf of Mexico to the contamination of the city by sewage from the city itself.8.
The biggest water user in the region?
It has the second-highest per capita consumption of water in the area, and according to a study by the University, residents have a higher risk of contracting Legionella and other bacteria from the water supply.9.
New Orleans, La.
The least polluted city?
According to a 2014 study by a University of Michigan researcher, the people living in the Gulf Coast city are at the greatest risk of Legionella disease.10.
The worst-polluted city?
Indianapolis has the third-highest incidence of Legionnaire’s disease in the metro area.