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Residents Of Newburgh, NY Dealing With PFOS Water Crisis !!!

Residents Of Newburgh, NY Dealing With PFOS Water Crisis !!!

by Andrew Ciccone July 18, 2017

Never drink water that fails to meet EPA standards. Tell that to the fine citizens of Newburgh, NY.

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America's Water In Danger - Water Accountability Is Missing

America's Water In Danger - Water Accountability Is Missing

by Andrew Ciccone July 12, 2017

Americans have a right to safe, clean drinking water. Our tap water should not poison us or make us sick. We can’t play politics with our health or our children’s future.

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Flint Water Crisis Update: What’s Going On?

Flint Water Crisis Update: What’s Going On?

by Andrew Ciccone July 05, 2017

Institutional, systemic and historical racism indirectly contributed to the ill-fated decision to tap the Flint River for drinking water as a cost-saving measure.

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The Trump Administration’s War On Water - It Is Not Potable

The Trump Administration’s War On Water - It Is Not Potable

by Andrew Ciccone June 22, 2017

Andrew Steer, CEO of the World Resources Institute, said that Trump’s environmental policies are a "failing a test of leadership to protect Americans' health, the environment and economy."

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Water And Power: Water Is A Powerful Force In Our Lives

Water And Power: Water Is A Powerful Force In Our Lives

by Andrew Ciccone June 15, 2017

Environmental experts and everyday residents tell of instances of contaminated drinking water or no water at all. “ We don’t drink the water from here. We don’t even like it for the dishes.“

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Water Powers Our World: Top Ten Reasons To Love Hydro Power

Water Powers Our World: Top Ten Reasons To Love Hydro Power

by Andrew Ciccone June 08, 2017

Hydroelectricity (hydropower) is a renewable energy source. Hydroelectricity uses the energy of running water, without reducing its quantity, to produce electricity.

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WaterCheck.biz Announces Launch Of Their H2O Leadership Program

WaterCheck.biz Announces Launch Of Their H2O Leadership Program

by Andrew Ciccone May 19, 2017

The H2O Leadership Program is for organizations and people who are passionate and effective about water sustainability.

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Gigantic Ocean Vortices May be Directly Correlated to Global Warming

Gigantic Ocean Vortices May be Directly Correlated to Global Warming

by Andrew Ciccone March 29, 2017

After decades of tracking, measuring and developing working theories, scientists are beginning to theorize that vortices may be directly correlated to global warming.

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What We Can Learn From Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

What We Can Learn From Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

by Andrew Ciccone March 16, 2017

The Great Red Spot, a vortex, is one of the largest anticyclones in the atmosphere. The mysterious spot could reveal information about Earth's weather system!

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Palinurus in the Whirlpool: Water’s power throughout history.

Palinurus in the Whirlpool: Water’s power throughout history.

by Dan Agudelo March 08, 2017

We learn from enduring legends and superstitions, that irrational traditions can persist in a business and propagate through employees.

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Water Love - Humanity's Right to Clean Water

Water Love - Humanity's Right to Clean Water

by Dan Agudelo March 07, 2017

Clean water is a vital resource needed to sustain life. All should have access to purified water sources. Please, let’s all stand to love water.

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Polar Vortexes: An Ominous Warning of Climate Change

Polar Vortexes: An Ominous Warning of Climate Change

by Dan Agudelo March 04, 2017

A polar vortex is a low-pressure area made up of upper-level winds that circle around the earth’s north and south poles.  Humans feel the effect of polar vortexes through change in weather and changes in the overall ecosystem.

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Natural Treatment Systems: Natural Process. Clean Water.

Natural Treatment Systems: Natural Process. Clean Water.

by Andrew Ciccone February 14, 2017

Natural treatment systems remove a wide variety of contaminants, including nutrients, pathogens, and micro-constituents. Its a long proven treatment for water reclamation/

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Monitoring Your Water: A Simple Way To Care For Water

Monitoring Your Water: A Simple Way To Care For Water

by Andrew Ciccone February 14, 2017

Water quality data is used to characterize waters, identify trends over time, identify emerging problems, determine whether pollution control programs are working,

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New Wastewater Technology For a Cleaner Planet

New Wastewater Technology For a Cleaner Planet

by Andrew Ciccone January 09, 2017

America has a growing water problem. Simply stated, clean safe water is becoming an issue. Our wastewater is often discharged, untreated, into rivers and estuaries.

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The Dakota Access Pipeline Win And The Fight For Water Protection

The Dakota Access Pipeline Win And The Fight For Water Protection

by Dan Agudelo December 22, 2016

The recent win at the Dakota Access Pipeline does not mark the end of the fight for environmental protection in general.  What can we take from the win at Standing Rock?

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Top 10 Benefits Of Drinking Water And Staying Hydrated

Top 10 Benefits Of Drinking Water And Staying Hydrated

by Dan Agudelo December 12, 2016

Water is the most important and basic element to human survival. Drinking enough water daily doesn’t just improve bodily functions, it can even improve your overall quality of life.

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Hoosick Falls’ Water Supply and PFOA's: What's Going On ??

Hoosick Falls’ Water Supply and PFOA's: What's Going On ??

by Dan Agudelo December 04, 2016

In the small Village of Hoosick Falls, 30 miles northeast of Albany, NY. There is a serious problem with the water supply. This problem involves levels of PFOA in the water of the Village.

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WaterCheck Launches Campaign For Water Protection

WaterCheck Launches Campaign For Water Protection

by Leslie Gabriel November 12, 2016

WaterCheck.biz announced its new Campaign For Water Protection. The intent is to focus, understand and share ideas on how to protect the water supplies we count on for our lives before a crisis hits.

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The Importance of Our Water: Saying NO to the Constitution Pipeline

The Importance of Our Water: Saying NO to the Constitution Pipeline

by Andrew Ciccone September 29, 2016

The Water we drink is at risk -- With the potential of a Pipeline spill, the water we drink and use every day could be contaminated, affecting the quality and quantity of water supply in general.

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The Keystone XL Defeat - A Victory for Water And People

The Keystone XL Defeat - A Victory for Water And People

by Andrew Ciccone September 28, 2016

Oil And Water Don’t Mix - Essentially, planners of the failed Keystone XL crude oil infrastructure did not and will not give a hoot about water - and frequently put water supplies at risk.

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AIM Pipeline Poses Risks The Hudson Valley’s People And Water

AIM Pipeline Poses Risks The Hudson Valley’s People And Water

by Andrew Ciccone September 16, 2016

Imagine striking a match next to a gas can — not a good idea. Lighting a cigarette while pumping fuel into your car — dangerous. Blowing up the entire Hudson River Valley & beyond ?? Simply put, some things are just stupid. Spectra Energy’s Algonquin Incremental Market (AIM) project is one of those stupid things.

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Water Wins! Flint, Michigan to Get Clean Water

Water Wins! Flint, Michigan to Get Clean Water

by Andrew Ciccone September 15, 2016

The residents of Flint have endured enough. How does a community with plentiful, fresh water wind up in dire need for potable water? The residents of Flint are still experiencing a serious water crisis. We’ve got to make sure this never happens again, anywhere. Really.

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Fluoride Hate Justified - Classified As Neuro Toxin In Major Medical Journal

Fluoride Hate Justified - Classified As Neuro Toxin In Major Medical Journal

by Leslie Gabriel August 07, 2016

Fluoride was recently named a dangerous developmental neurotoxin in March 2014, by the Medical Journal Lancet Neurology.

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