If its football pre-season, we can depend on conversations becoming arguments, as we begin to analyze every last move of our favorite teams and players. In Texas, these conversations take on a whole new life as they seemingly happen at every field, at every level, and with players of every age. While we love to […]
An unfortunate truth is that water pollution will always exist, in some way, shape or form. As such, it’s critical that we commit to creating the types of solutions most suitable to do battle with this never-ending issue. In Maryland, one such invention is proving its worth as just such a solution. Created by scientist […]
California’s unprecedented drought conditions generated two stories last week, each illustrating a different extreme when it comes to conserving the area’s water. First up, in the video above, CBS Local out of San Francisco shares more on the efforts of state officials to crack down on water wasters. Activities such as excessive lawn watering, washing […]
“Clean water supports our very existence and connects us with every living thing on Earth.” The quote above comes from Dr. Shelley Lynch, who along with her partner Roy Desjarlais, owns a massage and counseling practice near Palm Beach Gardens in Florida. Compelled to action by the reported loss of Floridian sea life due to […]
[Today kicks off a big week in our home base of Minnesota as Major League Baseball’s All Star Game, and corresponding festivities, blow into town. This is exciting, both because the eyes of the world will be trained on our backyard, but also because WaterFilters.NET has a unique connection to this game. When the Minnesota […]
[Tragically, the death of a dog in St. Paul, Minnesota this week was blamed on blue-green algae. Last year, we published the post below, sharing instructions from the California Department of Public Health indicating what you should do whether your child or pet makes their way into this toxic water. With this week’s news, and […]
If you can decontaminate drinking water, you have the power to end human suffering on a global scale. This is the inspired realization that flashed before Ken Puzey, a Vermont engineer, after a recent humanitarian mission to Haiti.
Only one percent of the world’s water is safe to drink. As our climate changes, unfortunately, this could represent a peak. In the video above, Rachel Schoutsen from The Weather Network hears from Ryan Ness, Senior Manager of Research and Development with the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. Ness shares more on how climate change […]