Understanding Water Contaminants – Part 2

There are only two fundamental types of water contamination, and each of those types has two different classifications. Water contaminants must be either organic contaminants, or inorganic contaminants. In chemistry, the word “organic” signifies the carbon molecule. The word “inorganic” signifies the absence of carbon. Do not confuse the word organic in the science world, with improper use of the word in the food world. Scientifically, all food is organic.…

Understanding Water Contaminants – Part 1

From the time I graduated college I have been tormented with the task of trying to explain what I do for a living to people. The chemistry, biology, physics and very nature of water are complex, intertwined and full of live-affecting implications to everyone. Even now, in the age of horrible water scarcity, misconceptions about water flourish. Perhaps even worse,  many are convinced that water is such a simple thing, there…

Encouraging Input

I have scheduled a new series to begin that identifies the 2 types of water contaminants. As you guys visit and re-tweet this stuff, I would love to hear your feed back, your questions, and even suggestions for water topics that interest you. I will be putting up a YouTube channel within the next day or two. Until then, let’s mix it up!