Water Contamination: Should We Hide Low-Dose Radiation Exposures From The Public? [And Other Related Radiation Articles: Forbes]
Should We Hide Low-Dose Radiation Exposures From The Public?
Save the Water™ Questions and Answers: How Dangerous Is Formaldehyde And Asbestos
Global water news: Improved but not always safe – despite global efforts – more than 1 billion people likely at risk for lack of clean water.
More Than 1 Billion People Likely at Risk for Lack of Clean Water
The chemical industry is one of the biggest water-consuming industries and one of the biggest providers of water treatment materials and technologies
Many local water treatment professionals, like those who represent Kinetico, offer basic in-home testing for free. For a greater level of detail on the water’s quality, many water treatment professionals can collect samples for a more in-depth water analysis conducted by a third-party laboratory. A test will help homeowners determine whether or not they need a filtration system.
Global water news: Clean drinking water for everyone – is disease in developing countries linked to unsafe drinking water? – bringing clarity to a murky topic.
Thousands of children die every day from water-borne diseases in the developing world. Joshua Pearce of Michigan Technological University has discovered a simple and cheap method of making even the…read more
Drinking water news: Facts on fluoride – What the ‘York Review’ on the fluoridation of drinking water really found – originally released – 28 October 2003.
We were unable to discover any reliable good-quality evidence in the fluoridation literature world-wide.
According to Jay Famiglietti, director of the University of California’s Center for Hydrologic Modeling, when it comes to the future of water, “we are, on many levels, completely and totally hosed.”
Contaminated drinking water news: Camp Lejeune drinking water contamination – VA should care for “Lejeune Vets” – lawmakers say.
Key lawmakers are appealing directly to President Obama to get the Veterans Affairs Department to provide free health care to veterans who were exposed to contaminated drinking water at Camp Lejeune during a 30-year span that ended in 1987