47,000 New Mining Jobs – Your Water

Awhile back I warned of the environmental dangers associated with the building of wind technology and solar panels. I warned that these technologies are not green, and they are not clean. I lamented that these energy technologies require metals such as copper, lead, nickel, cadmium, lithium, zing, copper, lead and rare earth metals. The danger of course is that mining exposes the upturned earth to rain. Rain, being very clean…

Water Leadership – El Paso Water – Reclamation

It is no secret that I consider El Paso Water Utilities as perhaps the most progressive and exemplary water management and protection effort in the world. Again, if you are active in improving the manner in which your community handles water, you should visit the website of El Paso Water @ www.epwu.org. Whether you are a concerned consumer, scientist, or conservationist, there is much of interest for you. My comments…

World Water Day – Wastewater

The world will be atwitter today talking about wastewater. Water is becoming precious and in some places, so scarce that water we once considered as disposable, dirty, and useless, is now being looked at as a resource from which we can extract clean water. Technically speaking, harvesting clean water out of wastewater is nothing new. Much of the technology is age-old, tried-and-true staple equipment and really the only thing determining…