Cellphone addiction harms eyes, health experts warn

On April 30, 2018, in News, by Erik

Looking at a cell phone for long periods of time has shown to cause an increase in eye problems and symptoms in children. These symptoms can include itching, dryness, and can be exacerbated by viewing a screen at close distance, or in insufficient light. Parents should be advised on how to educate their children to […]


Union backs water companies pension probe

On April 30, 2018, in News, by Erik

Greed and the old boys club network is what this article tells you how the rich and friend made money off the back of the worker while lining their pockets and just tossing enough money to the worker. No want to explain how the shareholder without giving up the scheme on how they did it. […]


‘Wake-up call’: microplastics found in Great Australian Bight sediment

On April 29, 2018, in News, by Erik

Microplastics have been found in the bottom of the Great Australian Bright. This is significant because this area was considered a ‘pristine’ biological hotspot. This proves that even in the most remote parts of the ocean, there is still plastic. The problem with micro and nanoplastics is now even the smallest living organisms such as […]


Officials say radioactive sludge barrel ruptures now total 4

On April 29, 2018, in News, by Erik

At an eastern Idaho site, four barrels of radioactive sludge have ruptured. All four ruptured on the same day, but the public does not need to be worried. The material was originally sent to the site in the 1960s but has been repackaged since then. This is the first instance of the kind out of […]


Morrisons latest UK supermarket to pledge plastic waste cut

On April 28, 2018, in News, by Erik

Londons very own Reuters has become the latest British supermarket to pledge that by 2025 all of it’s own brand plastic will be reusable, recyable or compostable. This is Britan’s fuorth largest grocer, which unlike its rivals makes about 30 percent of the food that it sells. They stated that they would work through to […]


UPDATE: Danbury Water Main Restored But Precautions Still Encouraged

On April 28, 2018, in News, by Erik

The City of Danbury has reported that their water has been restored to areas that were affected by a water main break on Tamarack Ave. Crews from the city installed a new water valve that was shipped in from Olean, N.Y. Even though that the water has been fixed the city says that residents should […]


Meal deals add to water bottle waste

On April 27, 2018, in News, by Erik

Plastic litter from water bottles is a problem and water bottles that come from meal deals are making it worse. People get a water bottle they wouldn’t normally order and restaurants need to provide options that don’t include the bottle for those who want something else. Women and younger people are more likely to keep […]


Water regulator asks Michael Gove for more powers to stop you being ripped off

On April 27, 2018, in News, by Erik

Citing corrupt corporate business practice, Jonson Cox appealed to Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, for more power and influence to restore trust in the water industry in the UK. Among the accusations, raises for higher-ups, avoidance of tax payment and paying shareholders in the excess of 18 billion while customers foot the bill. Amidst calls from […]


Point-Of-Use Water Treatment Systems Market Trends, Growth, Type and Application, Manufacturers, Regions …

On April 25, 2018, in News, by Erik

Point-Of-Use Water Treatment Systems Market report provides thorough thoughts on the market dynamics to enable informed business decision making and intelligent risk taking. The key players covered in this report include 3M, Honeywell, Panasonic, and LG Electronics, along with many more. The report sizes up the basic opportunities in the Point-Of-Use Water Treatment Systems outlines […]


Why does some tap water taste weird?

On April 23, 2018, in News, by Erik

Water is one of those things we need daily. The odd thing about taste is that it is strongly tied to smell, so often those “flavors” are not really in the water but how you smell it. Obviously some water qualities will be worse than others. Fresh aquifers will have a different water than treated […]