Potential Federal Funding To Study Aquifer Recharge Rates

One of the most crucial questions for communities who rely on groundwater is, “how fast does the aquifer recharge itself”. It is good to see the federal government growing more aware of this important issue. Press Release : National Groundwater Association House Committee Examines Water Resources Development Act Priorities The House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, led by Chairman Bob Gibbs (R-Ohio) who is the recipient of NGWA’s 2015 Groundwater Protector…

Mid-South Water Super Bowl Sunday

As I have mentioned before, the naturally soft water in the Mid South actually allows residents to use anywhere from 30% to 50% less soap, detergent and shampoo than residents in other parts of the nation. I have urged my readers to try backing off the amount of these products used, and witness first hand just how effective the cleansing action of these products is at the lower dosage. CAVEAT:…

We Can’t Pollute The World’s Water? Am I Nuts?

Let’s talk about this with fact and science for a minute, and table the emotions of, “our water is precious, we have to do everything we can to save it”, shall we? Bad engineering, bad legislation, bad policy in general is wasteful, and it hurts people because the real help they need gets lost in the bureaucracy. Believe it when I tell you, not all protection legislation is good. For example,…