Wastewater Pipline – Good For The Mississippi River?

Recently there was an announcement made that a waste-water pipeline carrying as much as 3 million gallons per day of factory waste water as well as another 1/2 million gallons of sewage plant discharge was approved to empty into the Mississippi River,just east of Memphis. Activists and citizens are now up in arms with concerns about irresponsible pollution of our natural resources. Once again however, these protests not only lack…

Bottling Great Water – Memphis Sand Versus The Imnaha Basalt

If you search Memphis Water in this blog you will find articles that describe it as one of the best naturally occurring waters in the world. On many occasions, including just this past weekend I was asked by some would-be investors to consult with them on their intentions to bottle and sell Memphis Water. One would think that for all my bragging on Memphis Water, it would be a natural…

Memphis Water – A Model Of What Not To Do!

Search my site for the phrase “Water Grab” and you will learn of the single-most dangerous phenomenon that threatens America’s water supplies. Since this article will likely anger some of my colleagues, I will spell the danger out clearly. Water’s worst enemies are activists, albeit well-meaning, who feel that it is their personal calling to PROTECT AND SAVE THE WATER, despite having no real training in water. The desire to…