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'Dirty Water' From Boston's Charles River Is Being Used To Brew Beer
Desalitech is using a reverse osmosis system to filter the water so breweries can use it for the "Brew the Charles" competition.
"Dirty Water" From Boston's Charles River Is Being Used To Brew Beer | HuffPost Rise
Desalitech is using a state-of-the-art Reverse Osmosis System to filter Boston's 'Dirty Water' and deliver it to local breweries for the "Brew the Charles" competition.
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Flint-Like Lead Hazards May Be Lurking In Private Water Wells
By M.B. Pell and Joshua Schneyer, Reuters
Across the country, millions of Americans served by private wells drink, bathe and cook with water containing potentially dangerous amounts of lead.
3 Tips for Flint Parents: Help Your Child Fight Lead Poisoning
Steve Mariotti is the founder of the Network for Teaching Entr...
Every Adult in Flint should become knowledgeable about water contamination. Becoming an expert on these issues will help all parents protect their children in the future.
Two-Headed Trout and a Wrong-Headed EPA Proposal
Lead clean water legislative and policy advocate, Earthjustice
As the proposal stands, EPA may be depriving citizens of a critical tool for protecting their beloved waterways.
Water, the World's Greatest Resource in Peril
CEO/Founder, CloudNician LLC
Part of the problem is education. Another is coming up with solutions at the local level. Americans have a poor view and understanding of water issues here, while governments all over the world fail to regulate bottled drinking water.
How Corporate Jargon Shapes Corporate Culture
Speaker, writer, soprano and mom; founder, Human Workplace
The language sucked us into the vortex as youngsters, back when we thought learning a new grown-up language would make us
'For Boston' And 'Dirty Water' Plays Increase On Spotify In Wake Of Boston Tragedy
Susan Feiner, a professor of music therapy at New York University, said that she's not surprised that people are listening
How to Solve the World Water Crisis Today
CEO, Girl Justice
The LifeStraw is a life-saving technology that allows any individual to insert the straw into water, no matter how dirty, and an advanced filtration system ensures that the only liquid coming out the other end is clean, potable drinking water.
Our Global Water Crisis
Kevin M. McGovern
In developing countries, people are forced to choose between sickness or purchasing expensive packaged or bottled water from untrustworthy sources. We believe that's an unfair choice.
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Swedish Church Takes On Clean Water Crisis With Disturbing Ad (VIDEO)
You don't have to be a celebrity climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to bring attention to the global clean water crisis. According
"Dirty Water" and Unintended Consequences: When Doing the Right Thing Spawns Another Right Thing
If nothing else, the city should have remembered Howard Bennett for the several billions of dollars it was forced to spend on its aging sewage treatment plant.
Millions In U.S. Drink Contaminated Water, Records Show
More than 20 percent of the nation's water treatment systems have violated key provisions of the Safe Drinking Water Act
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