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May 28, 1914: Chlorination of Torresdale Filtration Plant in Philadelphia

May 28, 1914: Municipal Journal article. Disinfecting Philadelphia’s Water Supply. By Francis D. West. “Bleach was first used at Torresdale in the form of hypochlorite of soda, produced electrolytically, during September, 1909. 210 more words


May 27, 1907: Birth of Rachel Carson; 1755: First Municipal Water Pumping Plant

May 27, 1907: Birth of Rachel Carson. “Biologist and author of Silent Spring, The Sea Wind and other non-fiction work intended to improve the public understanding of science, Carson became a leading figure in the environmental movement before her death in 1964.” 566 more words


News: Article on the Perceptual Drivers of Bottled Water Consumption in Indonesia

An article by T Prasetiawan, A Nastiti, and BS Muntalif published in WIREs Water focuses on the perceptual drivers of bottled consumption in Indonesia. Today, bottled water is ‘the’ drinking water in Indonesia as its consumption rises significantly in the last decade. 143 more words

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Right times to drink water

Water is the most essential for survival. Each individual intakes a minimum of 1.5 -3 litres of water everyday.Water helps in maintaining the balance within the body by hydration, activates various organs,helps in digestion,brings glow on your skin and many more .Therefore it is essential for an individual to know Right times to drink water… 276 more words

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May 25, 1806: Description of Glasgow Filtration Works

May 25, 1806: Letter from Thomas Telford discussing design of the filtration works at Glasgow, Scotland. Glasgow was the third city in the world to receive filtered water (after Paisley, Scotland and Paris). 356 more words


1 Trick to Keep Yourself Hydrated

Is your water consumption enough to keep you hydrated? If your answer is NO then it’s not a good thing for you. But, here’s a single trick 407 more words


Federal government focuses on improving drinking water at Alberta First Nation

The federal government is introducing a new project that will improve the quality of drinking on the Enoch Cree Nation.

On Wednesday morning, Infrastructure and Communities Minister Amarjeet Sohi will announce the construction of a new water supply line and a new water reservoir and pumphouse. 93 more words