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Posts Tagged ‘Drinking Water’

Flooded streets of Miami

In terms of water quality Miami has been on the receiving end of a seemingly endless supply of negative press in the last few years. After an extensive report released by Bloomberg examined the flaws in Miami’s existing water supply residents are more concerned than ever about the risk of flooding in the area, and […]

– Florida City Drops Recycling Program

In the first days of January the government of Deltona, Florida, voted to suspend its curbside recycling program, much to the ire of local residents. How can a city simply stop recycling? The answer boils down to dollars and cents, and highlights the vast gulf between how the public perceives recycling and what actually happens […]

a cup of snow

In the winter we are surrounded by nearly drinkable water supplies in the natural world: snow and ice are everywhere! Mountaineers and hikers exploring cold environments should master the essential skill of converting snow and ice into drinking water to remain hydrated on longer journeys.     Is It Safe to Eat Snow or Ice? […]

Power Plant

Water quality tests at two different sites near the Westinghouse nuclear fuel plant in South Carolina found levels of radioactive uranium that exceed safe drinking water standards. The contamination is the result of two different leaks at the plant that the Nuclear Regulatory commission only learned about last year, even though one leak occurred a […]

Professional cyclist John Arias has been the proud owner of a Pelican Water Filtration System for one year. Here’s what this pro athlete had to say about making the leap and filtering all of the water in his home with the help of Pelican Water. Cycling has been a part of my life for almost […]