A Rally for Change in Water Treatment

On December 17, 2015, in News, by Erik

Aside from minor advancements and changes in controls, water treatment isn’t operated much differently than it was done over a century ago. So why are water and waste water facilities presenting a financial stress for our communities? Read more here to see why some believe innovation is key to a cheaper utility bill and better […]

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Dirty Water Leads to Infant Death in Tanzania

On November 6, 2014, in Latest, by Erik

The Miali Health Centre in Tanzania lacks clean water resources that could prevent the deaths of several infants. The clinic itself has no water available for delivery rooms and requests expected mothers to supply their own water for the birth. Much of the water that is available has to be dug up in nearby dirty […]

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The Government Needs to Step Up Water Equality

On November 3, 2014, in Commentary, Government, by Erik

Access to clean water is something that effects communities locally but is a global issue. It is time for governments to stand together to remedy this disparity and provide quality water for all people.

Irish Homes Invest in Additional Water Treatments

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

Irish citizens have turned to water ionization machines and reverse osmosis products in order to remove various chemicals and water “hardness” from their tap water. This comes after a wave of health issues Irish citizens have endured that could be linked to poor quality water. There is criticism towards the government for having to pay for […]

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Why Current SuDS Proposals Will Go Down the Drain

On October 31, 2014, in Commentary, Government, by Erik

Sustainable Drainage Systems are fine for preventing rainwater floods. However, what happens to the water? The lack of water treatment plans will cost us in the long term.

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