A few weeks ago, I went to the Kroger in Milwaukee to pick up some milk for my boyfriend, and I was surprised to see that the water was clear.
I looked around the counter to see if anyone else was doing the same thing, and sure enough, it was.
As it turns out, the clear water at Kroger is actually a good thing.
When I asked the clerk if it was just me or the staff that didn’t see the clear plastic water bottles, she explained that the clerk had just put the water bottles in the freezer.
I was shocked.
I hadn’t noticed that the clear bottles had a water filter in them until after I got home, so I was still a bit puzzled.
It turns out that Kroger has a recycling program, so the water is collected by the water company and sent to a nearby recycling facility.
The process takes about two weeks and costs $1.25 per bottle.
I had been hoping to buy a few bottles of water at that point, but I thought it would be more efficient to go online to buy water from Kroger’s online store.
The water from the water center is not the same as the water in the water department, and if you buy water there it is going to be delivered to your home rather than being sent to the recycling facility in the back.
But if you want to buy the water at a Kroger, the company has a $1 per bottle discount.
It’s an odd deal, but the water that’s actually available at Krozers is actually the same water that you can get from the city of Milwaukee.
Kroger says that when it receives a call about a water problem at the store, it’ll notify the city, and the city will notify the Milwaukee County Department of Public Works.
The city of Madison, which serves Milwaukee, also sends its water trucks to the store to collect water, but only if there is a problem with the water quality in the city.
The state of Wisconsin does not send its water truck to Milwaukee to collect rainwater, and it does not have a network of water truck routes that are maintained for water quality.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Environment says that they are aware of the situation and are looking into it.
But so far, it’s unclear if anyone has been notified or if the company is trying to hide the fact that it has a water distribution system.
The Milwaukee Public Schools district also does not offer bottled water at schools, according to the school district’s website.
But that doesn’t mean that they’re not collecting water for students, either.
In the past year, Milwaukee Public School districts have received more than 1.6 million bottles of bottled water, and that is mostly water from private water companies that have been sent to Milwaukee.
The district says that it will be doing everything it can to make sure that all of its water is treated and filtered.
But even if it doesn’t, it still has a lot of water to go around.
For the past several months, we’ve been seeing water problems at the schools.
It starts with the chlorine, which is a chemical used to clean the water, which can be harmful to bacteria and lead to an increase in the risk of asthma and other health problems.
And then there are the other issues like the water coming out of the tap.
At one point, we were told by a district official that there were no water lines that we could use to reach the school because of the chlorine.
When the district asked me if I would like to send a bucket or a bucket of water from my car, I told them I had no water to hand.
So we sent a bucket and a bucket full of water.
I also sent a water container from the car, because the car’s gas tank was already full of gas.
The kids were very happy, and my wife, too, was very happy.
The school district says it has had water issues before, but it is the first time it has seen an incident of this magnitude.
The main issue, however, is that schools and libraries are getting water at higher rates than the general population, which makes the problem more pressing, according the district.
The districts water department has been running at capacity for the past month.
It has been filling up with the same amount of water that it did for a month.
There are also concerns about the amount of chlorine that has been added to the water supply.
But the water from school districts that have problems with water quality is not that much different than that from private schools that are in good standing with the state of Washington.
The public water system has had some issues, too.
In 2015, the state Department of Environmental Quality found that about one out of five water systems in the state were not meeting their standards for water filtration.
The Washington Department of Health also said that one in six water systems that had problems in that state