Media Advisory / DNA Lab Keeps City’s Water Safe
DNA Lab Keeps City’s Water Safe
When: 10am, Friday, July 28, 2017
Where: O.N. Stevens Water Treatment Plant
13101 Leopard Street, 78410
Who: Gabriel Ramirez, Assistant Director of Water Quality and Treatment
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – When you hear about DNA testing, you might think about the process used in criminal cases. Instead of testing blood, saliva, and hair, the City of Corpus Christi uses DNA testing as part of our water treatment process. The Utilities Department has the nation’s first municipal government DNA lab that tests water to guarantee its safety for our residents and customers. The public is invited to see the steps taken by the City to test water DNA and to understand the results.
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For more information contact Public Information Officer Gabriela Morrow at (361) 826-3583 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.