Crisis in Texas – Is Reverse Osmosis Water as Good as a Water Ionizer?

Posted by: Rhona Reid On October 3, 2017 7:00 am

Our thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey, and it’s wonderful to see the heroic relief efforts of individuals and the large-scale aid that has been arriving since the Tropical storm hit.  

Crisis is often followed by kindness.
Helping Those in Need

Among the companies delivering assistance – in this case 1 million bottles of water – is Nestlé, in an act of charity that will help to repair its image after recent negative publicity.  

Big Companies With Big Hearts

There was also a big-hearted offer from Blackwater Draw Brewing Company, promising that affected residents could collect as much water as they needed.  But this isn’t regular water – it’s reverse osmosis water, used in the brewing

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America’s Water – The Crisis Deepens

Posted by: Rhona Reid On July 12, 2016 7:00 am

 
Following hot on the heels of a damning report by a British newspaper about the state of water regulation in America, comes the latest in increasingly worrying reportage on the crisis.

An astonishing 5,300 water systems in America have violated the EPA guidelines on lead and copper, putting 18 million Americans unknowingly at risk.

How Did it Get This Serious?

The creaking, aging infrastructure that supplies the water is a known problem.  The cost of replacing it is too high, and so repairs are carried out piecemeal, when a localized problem becomes serious enough.  To safeguard the millions of people drinking the water, tests must be carried out to check for unsafe levels of dangerous contaminants, and this is …

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Tyent USA And Clean Water In The World

Posted by: acray On September 17, 2014 5:49 pm

 

                                On the Hunt for Clean Water

Magnified drop    Following yesterday’s blog I received some positive feedback from people who were aghast at the degree of filth some of those bodies of water contained.  I also was asked this same question more than twice, “Where is the cleanest water found?”

 

I liked that question so I set out to discover where the cleanest water in the world might be found.  Here is what I learned.

 

When it comes to naturally clean water, we must travel to the far North.  Canada, to be specific.

 

 Canada Map    Elmvale, Canada:  Located some 90 minutes north of Toronto, the sleepy little village of Elmvale is located in aptly named, Springwater Township.  For the past 20 years the

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Water-the good the bad and the ugly

Posted by: acray On August 11, 2014 2:21 pm

 

                                                 The State of Water in the World

 

 Water Globe Drop    Clean water is headline news as of late.  When you look at the stories coming out of Ohio and their poisoned water supply, the West Virginia chemical spill, California drought and the banning of plastic water bottles in San Francisco, water is getting some big time press time.

 

Yet, what of the rest of the world?  What is the status of the water supply around the globe?  How are people affected by the lack of clean water or even the unavailability of water at all?

 

Let’s take a look.   

 

According to data collected by the US Census Bureau, in 2012, the population of the United States was 313.9 million people.  In

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Tyent Ionized Alkaline Water in a Chemical World

Posted by: acray On June 3, 2014 3:41 pm

                                       

                                             What’s in Your Water?

 

Viking    Most of us have seen those popular television commercials starring those Viking looking barbarians asking, “What’s in your wallet?  

 

Well, a better question may be, “what’s in your water? From what I discerned from a recent article I read about the safety of drinking water in the United States, the picture looks pretty bleak.  Here are a few stats to mull over about the purity of the water we drink.  Overall, we use some 60,000 chemicals in America.  Frightening enough, but even scarier is the fact that of those 60,000, the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) regulates only about 90 of those contaminants.  Even at that, they don’t eliminate them;

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