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Clean Water Systems & Stores Inc Releases The New Updated Complete Guide to Home Chlorination Systems for Well Water

Santa Cruz, California (PRWEB) September 24, 2017 Millions of families and businesses worldwide depend on high quality water from their water wells. Private ground water wells can provide clean, safe, potable water. However, well water can also become contaminated with bacteria and odors...


Medical News Today: Water intoxication - when you drink too much water

Drinking too much water can lead to water intoxication, also called water poisoning. This condition can lead to seizures, brain damage, and even death.

Water management: Signing up to safe water for billions

The Charter of the Geneva Actions on Human Water Security last month committed its founding signatories to global action on water. They pledged to provide access to safely managed drinking water and basic sanitation services for billions of people worldwide, in line with the United


Vitev Launches the Latest Innovation in Alkaline Water Technology - Ultra-Filtration Alkaline Water Filters

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) September 19, 2017 Public outrage over the toxins that exist in tap water and the lack of governmental regulation of pollutants have fallen on deaf ears, leaving the water industry itself to research, develop and ultimately supply consumers with healthy drinking water...

Clean Water Systems Reports and Water Quality Association Encourages Residents After Floods to Have Their Water Systems Checked

Santa Cruz, California (PRWEB) September 13, 2017 After Floods Residents are Encouraged to Have Their Water Systems Checked Clean Water Systems & Stores Inc, a long time member of the Water Quality Association, reminds residents to have their drinking water tested by a certified lab an...

Image of the Day: Sticky Situation

Inspired by the land slug Arion subfuscus's sticky, durable slime, researchers created a tough yet bendy biocompatible glue that can adhere to moist surfaces, including a beating pig heart.

Alternative Water Supply for Refrigerators Develops by InventHelp Inventor (NPL-138)

PITTSBURGH, PA (PRWEB) September 18, 2017 "My parents have a nice refrigerator with a water dispenser and ice maker, but they won’t use them because the house relies on well water," said an inventor from Lehigh Acres, Fla. In order to alleviate their concern about water quality, he...

Medical News Today: What you should know about rose water

A look at rose water, a liquid made using water and rose petals. Included is detail on the types of rose water and the side effects of using it.

Hubble Delivers First Hints of Possible Water Content of TRAPPIST-1 Planets

In a recent study, calculated water loss rates as well as geophysical water release rates favor the idea that the outermost, more massive planets retain their water

How much water flows into agricultural irrigation?

(National Science Foundation) Irrigation for agriculture is the largest use of fresh water around the globe, but precise records and maps of when and where water is applied by farmers are difficult to locate. Now a team of researchers has discovered how to track water used in agriculture.

Slug-Inspired Adhesive Helps Heal Wounds

ArticleThe researchers were inspired by the Dusky Arion, a slug common in Europe and parts of the U.S. that secretes a special kind of mucus when threatened. Staff Autho

Nice ice, maybe: Study finds water-repelling surfaces ease ice removal

(University of Nebraska-Lincoln) A new study has discovered that ice grows differently on water-absorbent vs. water-repellent surfaces. The research suggests that applying water-repellent coatings to windshields before winter storms -- or engineering surfaces that inherently repel water -- could enable a strong breeze to handle the burden of ice removal.

SUEZ Saves Water and Energy with ECO Water Purification Units

SUEZ Water UK has responded to increasing laboratory interest in sustainable solutions by introducing ECO options for its popular Select water purification systems. In addition to saving electricity with an intelligent stand-by feature, customers can now save water through high recovery reverse osmosis (RO) systems. Recovery rates in similar RO-based systems can sometimes be as low as 10%....

It’s Still Not Safe to Go Back in the Water, and Other Tales of Woo

A thoughtful discussion of water-based topics ranging from toddlers pooping in the pool to recommendations on daily alkaline water intake for newborns.

5 Tips on Pure Water Best Practices for Labs

In laboratories, the level of water purity will determine the application that it’s used for. The purer the water, the more sensitive the work it will aid with. For that reason, it’s crucial that once a water purification system has been installed in your laboratory, you ensure that good working practices are maintained, so that the system can continue to function at peak performance. ...

Uni works with Yorkshire Water on £300,000 project to reduce lead in water

(University of Huddersfield) One strand will focus on the 'particulate lead' that can be found in tap water as a result of corrosion in the lead service piping that links houses to the water mainApproximately 900,000 properties around the region have some lead pipe associated with them. A key aim is to ensure compliance with the current legal UK limit of 10 micrograms of lead per liter.

Unwell: The Public Health Implications of Unregulated Drinking Water

 Related EHP Article Roughly one in seven U.S. residents relies on a private well for drinking water.1 Unlike the rest of the population served by the nation’s many public water systems,2 these 44.5 million Americans are not protected by the federal Safe Drinking Water Act,3 which regulates 87 biological and chemical contaminants.4 This has […]

Poisonings went hand in hand with the drinking water in Pompeii

(University of Southern Denmark) The ancient Romans were famous for their advanced water supply. But the drinking water in the pipelines was probably poisoned on a scale that may have led to daily problems with vomiting, diarrhoea, and liver and kidney damage. This is the finding of analyses of water pipe from Pompeii.

Uni works with Yorkshire Water on £300k project to reduce lead in water

(University of Huddersfield) One strand will focus on the 'particulate lead' that can be found in tap water as a result of corrosion in the lead service piping that links houses to the water mainApproximately 900,000 properties around the region have some lead pipe associated with them. A key aim is to ensure compliance with the current legal UK limit of 10 micrograms of lead per litre

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to release water from two Houston-area dams: statement

(Reuters) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is starting to release water from two Houston-area reservoirs, which will cause flooding of homes in the surrounding communities, because the reservoirs have risen too quickly due to Tropical Storm Harvey, the agency said in a statement. The Corps of Engineers said it needs to release water now to prevent uncontrolled water flowing f

Medical News Today: All you need to know about water fasting

A look at water fasting, eating no food and drink only water for a set period. Included is detail on safety, the scientific research, and what to expect.

New assessment identifies global hotspots for water conflict

(Oregon State University) More than 1,400 new dams or water diversion projects are planned or already under construction, fueling the potential for increased water conflict between some countries.

Development of a Method to Better Quantify Levels of the Persistent Organic Pollutants Iodinated X-Ray Contrast Media and Artificial Sweeteners Found in Water

Abstract: Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) can cause long term damage to the environment. Two classes of organic molecules have come to the attention of regulators and water treatment authorities in recent years; iodinated X-Ray contrast media (XCM) and artificial sweeteners (AS). These molecules, by design, have a high degree of stability. Aware of the ...

Alkaline Water Co.'s Alkaline88(R) is now available in Brookshire Brothers across the great ...

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - Aug 3, 2017) - The Alkaline Water Company Inc.( OTCQB : WTER), manufacturer of premium alkaline water bottled under Read more...

Global Process Liquid Market Data List by Segment 20152022 [Report Updated: 10112017] Prices from USD $800

SnapshotAs we know, 97% of the world's water is undrinkable salt water and more than half of the 3% that is freshwater, is inaccessible due to polar ice caps. Even though 70% of the earth is covered by water, more than 50% of the world population has insufficient drinking water. According to the World Bank, $600 billion is invested in water delivery systems and the United Nations has announced a w...


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