Recently religious leaders gathered at a interfaith conference in Taipei to address the issue of water quality. The conference, called The Spiritual and Ecological Significance of Water drew praise from the Acton Institute’s Rev. Gerald Zandstra, who had this to say: “These people are to be congratulated. Religious leaders who are serious about the social demands of the Gospel ought to be concerned about how our water delivery systems are wasting this valuable resource through corroded and leaky pipes. There is a cost-effective way to address this issue and it is something that most of us already make use of in our own homes: namely, PVC pipe. The PVC pipe offers a practical solution to a verifiable environmental problem.”

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