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May 29, 1953: Death of Earle B. Phelps

May 29, 1953: Death of Earle B. Phelps. “Earle Bernard Phelps (1876–1953) was a chemist, bacteriologist and sanitary expert who served in governmental positions and as an academic in some of the leading universities in the U.S. 515 more words

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Fresh and Clean Drinking Water

Having a source of clean, fresh water is important for our pets all year-round, not just during those hot summer months. That’s why we’ve fallen in love with the Torus water bowl.  100 more words

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What's in your water? a repost

by Mary Anne Hitt
Beyond Coal Campaign Director

Tell President Obama:
Heavy metals and toxic sludge don’t belong in our water!

If you’re drinking a glass of water, you might want to put it down before you read this email. 368 more words

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The Clean Water Act 1972

Summary of the Clean Water Act

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Today is Ultrasound Day..

Psalm 118:17  “I shall not die, but live, and declare the works of the LORD.”

John 11:4 “When Jesus heard that, he said, This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the Son of God might be glorified thereby… 472 more words

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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

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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

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