Tour d’ Aquifer – What a day I had!

I feel flattered and honored to have been invited to participated in today’s’ Tour d’ Aquifer event put on by the Center for Applied Earth Science and Engineering Research (CAESER) formerly the Groundwater Institute at the University of Memphis. It isn’t any secret that I am a cheerleader for the water found in Memphis, and our neighboring Mid-South communities, however, I have categorized this post as both a Mid-South and…

Understanding Water Contaminants – Part 6

So here we go, the finale’ in our series. Last but not least let’s talk about undissolved organic contaminants. To qualify for this group a contaminant has to contain carbon but refuse to go into solution. If Stephen Tyler and Aerosmith were in your swimming pool, technically they would be organic contaminants, even though you probably wouldn’t want to remove them. Okay, back to the lesson. Oil spills are probably…