Tag: Drinking water

In the New York Times recently, this popped up in “Opinion,” but its great News … and provides some hope that people are realizing the need to take action. It’s especially great to read that, “nearly 70 percent of Californians would be willing to pay an additional dollar a month on their water bills to […]

NPR is great!  Those guys report on stuff first that no one else ever thinks about. Like the story on “microplastics” and the what must be tedious work by ecologist Chelsea Rochman and her researchers at the University of Toronto. What are microplastics?  The online version of the NPR story says they are ” …objects […]

So writes Mary Holcomb, Assistant Editor for Hart Energy’s Digital News Group. We’ve been saying it all along! In her interview with Joel Mack, she quotes Mack as saying, “By streamlining, consolidating and offloading the responsibility of water management from individual producers to service providers, he said producers will gain revenue for building out, developing […]

Residents of El Paso County are claiming that the EPA isn’t doing enough about their water contaminated with Perfluorinated Chemicals (PFCs) from Peterson Air Force Base.  See story on CPR HERE.  Peterson shares an airfield with the adjacent Colorado Springs Municipal Airport, home to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), the Air Force Space Command […]

In the U.S., 21 states have active fracking sites. Countries across the globe engage in hydraulic fracturing to access oil and natural gas. The environmental and physical safety of fracking continues to be debated around the world, but those debates tend to be focused on the potential dangers of the actual act of fracking. Some […]

PRESS RELEASE GOLDEN, CO, July 26, 2018– Water technology is one of the most promising opportunities for investors today, and IX Power Clean Water is now providing people with an eye toward the future an opportunity to participate in the lucrative $150 billion per year industry focused on “produced water” from oil & gas, mining, […]

The debate over “produced water” from the oil & gas industry continues to heat up. Note this story from Adam Wilmoth at The Oklahoman newspaper on Sunday, July 22. KINGFISHER — A growing fight in the heart of Oklahoma’s oil patch pits local control against state regulators, private property owners against the state’s largest industry […]

Is there LEAD in the drinking water at your child’s school? Just out now – ABC News says less than HALF of the school districts check for lead in their water!  The report from the Government Accountability Office also found that of the 43 percent of school districts that test for lead in drinking water, 37 […]