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Santorini: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

This is a post long overdue, but I promised that I would not only write through the eyes of a travelling romantic, but also try to give a more rounded picture of what I see. 2,073 more words


October 22, 1914: Trenton Treatment Plant

October 22, 1914: Municipal Journal feature article–Water Purification at Trenton. “For fifteen years the improvement of the public water supply at Trenton, N.J., which was drawn from the Delaware River without treatment, has been a question that has received much consideration. 154 more words


New Ways to Hold Frackers Accountable

In work supported by the National Science Foundation, they identified new tracers that can find fracking fluids in the environment, and even differentiate fracking flow-back water contamination from pollution caused by other types of oil and gas wells. 110 more words

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Miscoe Hill to use bottled water due to slightly elevated manganese levels

Mendon Upton Regional School District Superintendent Dr. Joseph P. Maruszczak issued an email to all Miscoe Hill Parent/Guradian’s tonight regarding a recent finding of slightly elevated manganese levels in the schools drinking water. 426 more words

October 21, 1914: Treasury Drinking Water Standards

October 21, 1914:  The first numerical drinking water regulations in the U.S. were adopted. “On October 21, 1914, pursuant to the recommendation of the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service [ 374 more words



Maximizing the Water Supply

How seawater transforms into drinking water.

My theme is Eco that I chose water as, the water is a basic material in the world.

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