drinking water


This week, we celebrate the gift of dads and other significant father figures in our lives. For nearly all us, this means thinking of the most thoughtful gifts we can give to those who helped raise us into the people we became.  For most of us, this also means running into a huge ‘gift block.’ […]

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So what exactly happened in Portland? Over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, E. Coli was found in samples taken of the area’s drinking water supply, leading to a boil water alert for over 650,000 residents.

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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.

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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 […]

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How Air Pollution Affects Water Quality

by admin on May 1, 2014


Earth is a closed system, which means that the same water we see today is the same water that has been on our planet all along. In other words, the same water that fell as rain droplets on the face of your great-grandfather or filled in the footprints of a Tyrannosaurus Rex is still with […]

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Throughout the world, there are children that have never had even a sip of clean drinking water.  With every water filter purchase you make from our site, you are partnering with us to help us change this shocking reality. In the video above, you’ll see priceless reactions as Zambian children taste clean drinking water for […]

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KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana As municipal water supplies become more subject to spring contamination (think – snow runoff, decaying organic matter) you may hear more news stories using the phrase ‘chlorine burnout.’  So what exactly is chlorine burnout and what do you need to know about it? Essentially, this refers simply to a […]

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Last year, we were lucky enough to interview Chef Sarah Bogan of Whisking Apprentice – a culinary school dedicated to fighting obesity in America.  In addition to her work at the school, Bogan is working to launch the television series Surviving on Stamps, where she will help families on food stamps learn how to eat […]

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Beer is 90% water.  The balance of its ingredients, specifically hops and barley, are at constant supply risk in the event of any water shortage.  And those water shortages are becoming more common.  As such, the beer and brewing industry has long been out-front on issues related to water sustainability. In honor of today being […]

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The Daily Show Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook “Because the average person doesn’t understand fracking, environmentalists are able to put ideas into people’s heads,” says Marita Noon, Executive Director of Energy Makes America Great, Inc. In the video above, The Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi adds some much needed […]

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