Electrifying News That’ll Treat Fracking Produced Water

On December 7, 2015, in Latest, by Erik

The process of fracking shale produces immense amounts of saline wastewater, which is partially why fracking receives criticism. However scientists from the U.S. and Saudi Arabia have discovered that electrolysis can progressively remove salt from the water. While the water cannot be made potable, the treated water is clean enough to be reused for fracking […]

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Re-use / Recycle Water Filter Cartridges

On March 28, 2015, in Commentary, Discoveries & Innovation, by ukwfstaff

Here’s a typical question we get: Hi The new water filter arrived and is safely installed , thank you . How do I dispose of the old one , does it go in to plastics recycling ? Best wishes Susan Good question Susan: There are 2 main types of filter we’ll cover here: Inline filters […]

A Self-Filling Water Bottle? Check Out These New Water Innovations!

On November 19, 2014, in Commentary, Discoveries & Innovation, by Erik

If you’re a cyclist, these awesome new innovations in water bottle technology are for you!

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‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Star Requests Canadian Help to Provide Global Drinking Water

On November 12, 2014, in Latest, by Erik

Jason Priestly, best known for his role as Brandon Walsh in the ‘90’s American show ‘Beverly Hills, 90210,’ has partnered up with Procter & Gamble and Walmart Canada to combat the worldwide clean drinking water crisis this month. Throughout November, P&G and Walmart Canada’s Clean Water program will donate one day’s worth of drinking water […]

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Water.org Invests $2 Million for Safe Water in Kenya

On November 3, 2014, in Drinking Water, by Erik

Non-profit aid organization Water.org plans to invest over $2 million in WaterCredit programs in Kenya and Uganda to increase their access to safe and clean water. WaterCredit helps develop communal and personal water sanitation products in developing nations. For more on this story, click here:: Water.org unveils plan to invest over Sh178 m in Kenya, […]

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