Lake Erie Ecosystem Priority (LEEP)

Studies have shown that urban contamination and algal blooms have increased in Lake Erie in the last decade. This article addresses the care plan necessary to bring quality and vitality back to this Great Lake.

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A Cheap, Promising Way to Filter Water: Through A Twig

One way to avoid getting sick while traveling is to only eat fruit that you peel yourself, since plants can filter out bacteria and prevent it from traveling throughout their tissues. Well, why not apply this principle to filtering water directly?

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West Virginia Chemical Spill Health Risks

Two potentially dangerous chemicals were accidently dumped into West Virginia’s Elk River in January leaving thousands of people without clean drinking water for weeks. Many were hospitalized due to effects and the level of long-term consequences to the exposed population are still being determined.

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A day in the life of a scientist: DILOS™

A glimpse at SaveTheWater’s education program: DILOS 2013, a part of Word Water Day 2013.

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Success Stories: Getting clean water

Do you want to save the water but don’t know how? Or maybe you have heard too many depressing news about everything, including water?

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Success Stories: Water conservation in today’s businesses

How firms are being socially responsible by conserving water.

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World Water Day Every Day

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.

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