Are You Getting Medications in Your Drinking Water?

A report in 2008 by the Associated Press (AP) stated that 41 million unaware Americans have various trace amounts of pharmaceuticals, such as birth control pills, pain killers, and antibiotics in their drinking water due to the public flushing their unwanted medications.

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Egypt and Water Pollution

Most cities and citizens of Egypt depend on the Nile as its primary daily source of water. Besides the population growth and lack of water, Egypt faces another huge danger, water pollution of the Nile. Water is polluted when a direct or indirect change occurs in its elements or in its physical or chemical properties.

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U.N. nuclear agency begins review of Japan’s Fukushima plant

TOKYO (Reuters) – U.N. nuclear experts arrived in Japan on Monday to assess the decommissioning of the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant and the operator’s progress in removing fuel rods from a destroyed reactor building and minimizing leaks of contaminated 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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Water Contaminants and Sources

Water is contaminated by numerous different chemicals; there is not one simple treatment or approach to providing healthy drinking water. Save the Water™ (STW™) will expand research and identification of toxic chemicals in water beyond current U.S. governmental regulations.

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Population Growth, Drought, and Water Pollution

What are the causes of the global water crisis? Growing population industrialization drought growing demand One sixth of the world’s population does not have access to clean drinking water. In addition, more than 2 million people, most of them children, die each year from water-borne diseases. For example, people in developing countries, where millions don’t […]

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