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 […]
It’s safe to say that it’s been a brutal winter. Record cold temperatures and snowfall have made life miserable for those living on the east coast and in the Midwest in particular. While we all look forward to the coming of spring, there is one final kick from Old Man Winter that many of us […]
Several weeks after the chemical spill in West Virginia, we’ve reached the unenviable point where people feel as though they need to take to the streets to demand clean drinking water. In the video above, West Virginia protesters cite anger at being forced to spend out of pocket for bottled water and in the overall […]
Tuesday, November 19th was the first official World Toilet Day. Those not ingrained in the water or water filters business daily may, as shared in this CNN article, may see this as a bit of a joke. But in reality, a toilet represents an incredibly basic right that most of our world still lives without. […]
A simple headline on the UNICEF website reads, “They Need Everything.” Food, shelter – and especially clean drinking water – are in short supply. Relief organizations around the world are mobilizing as quickly and efficiently as possible, but the destruction left in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan is beyond the scope of what many have […]
In this latest video from WaterFilters.NET, Aquaman interviews Melissa from Viqua Inc. maker of the Trojan UV systems. Highlights include, why you need a UV system, general information about UV system, bulb changing instruction, and installation tips.
The Fourth in a Series of Articles on the Sea of Cortez to Salton Sea Channel Project Published by Cal-Neva Water Quality Research Institute and written by Dr. Abe Beagles, Director of Research, Dan Cooper Consultant and Walter H. Eason, Jr. CEO of Norc. PROFIT POTENTIAL OF THE CHANNEL December 31, 2007 The […]
Prepared and Presented for Publication by Dr. Abe Beagles, Director of Research at Cal-Neva Water Quality Research Institute of California SCOPING THE CHANNEL This article is to scope the Channel Project, as recently proposed. Scoping: To scope a proposed project is to, preliminarily, identify and consider what impacts (negative and positive) it may have upon […]