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Energy Efficient Follett Ice Makers

The  Follett 7 and 15 Series® come in Countertop or Tower models.  The Countertop model is only 17.5″ tall and can easily fit on top of the counter under the cabinets.   59 more words

Leslie WaterWorks

Making Water Great

The WL800 Max II is designed to meet the high demands for cold and hot clear water in high traffic areas. The intuitive paddle operation and tall dispensing area enables users to easily fill large jugs and carafes. 76 more words

Leslie WaterWorks

U of Pennsylvania: Large Scale Production of Graphene + Graphene Updates and Videos

Draw a line with a pencil and it’s likely that somewhere along that black smudge is a material that earned two scientists the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics. 295 more words


MIT Researchers develop new (low energy) way to Clear Pollutants from Water: w/ Video

Researchers have developed a new method for removing even extremely low levels of unwanted compounds from water. The new method relies on an electrochemical process to selectively remove organic contaminants such as pesticides, chemical waste products, and pharmaceuticals. 926 more words


Premier Water Systems | Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System

Welcome to premier water systems our organization depends on the conviction that our client’s needs are absolutely important. Our whole group is focused on addressing those requirements.

The History of Clean Water: Filtration Systems Through the Years

Throughout all of time, clean water has been essential to the survival of mankind. With advancements in technology and improvement on it, we’ve now perfected bringing clean water to people and rarely is it hard to find. 808 more words

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The hydra returns as the Toll Brothers win in Commonwealth Court

As you may know, a Centre County Court of Common Pleas judge’s ordered that a lower court decision be vacated regarding The Cottages, a Toll Brothers development in Ferguson Township where I’m a supervisor. 1,463 more words

civilrightsactivist reblogged this on Civil Rights Advocacy and commented:

This is a cautionary tale from a township just south of where I live. FYI, the Slab Cabin Run that is mentioned below feeds into Spring Creek which runs right through Bellefonte where I live.