Save the Water™
World Water Day Everyday
For the urban population, the prospects for healthy water are not simple. Urban dwellers are bombarded by the waste of all cohabitants, the industries and medical wastes of all. Each human consumes a certain amount of resources and produces waste proportional to consumption. Those who consume more produce more waste.
The solution involves both individual and collective collaboration. This may seem a contradiction, working alone, or in conjunction with a group? Working alone because it is each individuals responsibility to do his or her part to live on this earth in a sustainable way that perpetuates humanity.
In a collective as a group, we must work together to create the awareness that this precious resource demands to create a “zero discharge ecology” and a mentality that is constantly moving towards the goal of a “sustainable earth with clean water for all”. This section will feature weekly articles regarding “World water day everyday”.
STEM EducationThe STW™ STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math)education program consists of two interesting educational components that excite children to get involved in science. First, the children participate in a field trip to the Everglades named: “A day in the life of a scientist” (DILOS™). DILOS™ is designed to spark curiosity, in a setting outside the classroom, which will inspire children to become scientists.
At 26th in STEM education ranking in the world, we must encourage children towards the sciences. Their future and the future of the U.S. are dependent on improving this ranking.…read more
Water FactsSaving water should never become a public concern only in times of drought when water is undeniably scarce.
The world water supply is finite. Every drop of water wasted is a drop less in a wild and scenic river, a drop less of a needed salmon run; our world water supply is dwindling. Every drop of water that circles a drain unnecessarily wastes energy through the manufacturing of chemicals in the cycle of sewage treatment. 500 water facts: …read more
DILOS™ Global Launch
In January of 2013 International® Protective Coatings division contacted STW™ in regards to the World Water Day event being planned for March 22, 2013.
After reviewing “A day in the life of a scientist” DILOS™ Program, a STEM science program, International® Protective Coatings graciously decided to sponsor this World Water Day 2013 event.
STW™'s South Florida community partner Family in Distress, brought children and teenagers together for the event and the DILOS™ Program was launched.
Allan Fusco, (Executive Vice President, WaterPure™ Corporation) and John Datino, (STW™ Engineering Director) who teamed with Gloria Anaya, (STW™ Florida Analytical Laboratory Director) flew in from New York to teach water analysis and assist with the program.
A day in the life of a scientist field trip is an exciting learning experience. …read more
The following is a listing of the STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) education sources which STW™ utilize in our classroom presentations.
Water ConcernsSTW™ joins the public’s concern about toxins in our tap water that we ingest constantly on a daily basis, without having any knowledge of the immediate and long term health effects. Industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, fertilizers, fossil fuels, household chemicals, human/animal waste, and hospital waste are some of the substances that find their way to contaminate our rivers, lakes, ground water and eventually end up in our drinking tap or bottle water.…read more
Save the Water™
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