Published in Health Business Week, June 19th, 2009
"Temperatures here in the Arizona desert easily exceed 110 degrees in the summer months," said Arizona American Water President Paul Townsley. "Dehydration poses a dangerous health risk, particularly for small children and seniors, and we hope to aid our emergency services providers as they work to save lives this summer."
Emergency personnel will distribute the water to those who find themselves outside in an emergency situation or in...
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