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Pesticides in Drinking Water

Posted By: ADMIN, 11 April 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Pesticides, Drinking Water, Impurities, University of Iowa, Activated Carbon, Carbon Filter, filter
We are all aware that there can be a lot of impurities in our tap water, despite the fact that this water has already been treated at water authorities. For the majority of us in the UK our water is treated with chlorine, which is a disinfectant, to keep the water safe to drink as it travels down pipes to our taps. In some areas, chloramine is used instead of chlorine...

What is Bill Gates Drinking?

Posted By: ADMIN, 29 January 2015, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Bill Gates, Melinda Gates, Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation, Charity, water, Sanitation, Toilet, Reinvent the Toilet Challenge, Loughborough University, Drinking Water, OmniProcessor
Bill Gates wrote a blog article earlier this month about new technology being used to turn human waste into drinking water. It isn't as odd as it sounds, really, we already drink recycled water. Water is constantly going around the same water cycle. This is not the first time we have seen this idea being put into practise but I found this interesting as it led me to the Melinda and Bill Gates Foundation (MBGF)...
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Groundwater Replenishment Schemes

Posted By: ADMIN, 24 June 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Australia, Perth, Groundwater Replenishment, Desalination, Aquifer, Recycle, Recharge, Blue Planet, Earth, Drinking Water
Ever wondered how we, on the so-called 'blue planet', where more than 70% of the planet is made up of water, could ever be lacking in the blue stuff to actually drink? Of all the water on the Earth, almost 97.5% is contained in seas and oceans, which is undrinkable without treatment. The remaining water is freshwater but over half of that water is frozen...