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Texas Manufacturer Uses Water Recycling System To Reduce Discharges and Save Money

Sometimes companies that violate local and state environmental standards can make a big turnaround. A Texas company that manufactures industrial nameplates was a company that received sometimes monthly citations for water discharge violations. 349 more words


How Aware Are Americans of Their Water Use?

Are Americans becoming more conscious of water conservation. And if so, is it making them more aware of how much water they use?

The answer to the first question is a resounding yes, according to a… 444 more words


Despite the rain now, water may cost more in future

Facing a Global Water Crisis” in a piece written by Leah Schleifer.  With credit to them, I try here to relate those lessons to British farming and maybe farming elsewhere in developed counties that do not really think water may be a significant economic problem sooner rather than later. 134 more words

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Educator Spotlight: Exploring Challenges of Water Quality and Access

Lisa Abramovitz, this week’s Educator of the Week, guided her third-grade students through a multifaceted investigation of water quality and access. Students completed a visual water usage survey, read picture books about clean water, conducted background research, and took part in a water walk to understand the difficulties of traveling long distances to obtain water. 732 more words


IPCC meeting in Christchurch on sustainable management of land and water — Your NZ

Regardless of views on climate change it is important that New Zealand and the world do as much as possible to work towards sustainable land and water use.

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The Great Giver: The Nile River

By Joannah Otis for No Water No Life (NWNL)

This is the 9th and final blog in the NWNL series on the Nile River in Egypt by NWNL Researcher Joannah Otis, a sophomore at Georgetown University. 588 more words


Shades of Water

Originally published on Tangible Virtual Water on 04/12/2016.

Water is available on Earth in various forms and sources: oceans, lakes, rivers and streams, snow, glaciers, precipitation, fog, wetlands, underground aquifers… 687 more words

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