Water, Water Everywhere…

Posted by: Rhona Reid On February 7, 2018 12:00 pm

It sounds obvious, but water is everywhere at the moment.  From Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water cleaning up during awards season; the reckless craze for so-called “Raw Water”; the fact that South Africa’s Cape Town is about to reach Day Zero when the water runs out, and closer to home, that America’s own water supply is barely out of the news these days.  

Water is making headlines every day.
What Do We Want From Water?

Water is big news.  Of course it is, it’s a massive part of our lives.  We depend on it for life itself and yet we’re all guilty of wasting it from time to time.  So how did we become so complacent about

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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 Looks at Hydroelectricity

Posted by: acray On August 20, 2014 4:10 pm

 

 

                                                                       Water at Work in the World

Water inside world    Water plays a crucial role in the development of any nation, city, or even neighborhood.  Without water, nothing can even exist, let alone thrive.  Sustainer of life, creator of energy and Captain of the nautical highways, water makes the world go round.

Let’s do a little globe hopping and discover what water is up to in the Orient.

 

First though, a little electric lesson.

 

 Electricity

Blue Electricity     *Electricity is measured in terms of amperage, voltage and wattage.  Amperage, also referred to as amps, is a measure of the amount of electricity used.  Voltage, or volts, measures the force or pressure of electricity.  The amps multiplied by the volts, gives us the wattage, or

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