Can Technology Effectively Remove Bacteria without Chlorine?

I was asked this question on another forum and thought it would be worth discussing here. First off, this question raises a few questions that must be answered before a proper answer on this end can be given to. Let’s look a bit deeper. The phrase “effectively remove” is relative. By effectively, do we mean strictly the technical performance of bacterial removal? Or do we mean effective in the sense…

President Trump Rescues Flint Water

President Donald Trump’s EPA just released $100 million dollars to help replace the irreparably damaged water delivery pipes in Flint Michigan. For all the fear of the new EPA chief Scott Pruitt, it seems that, far more than Barack Obama, the new administration is scientifically astute, and attentive to America’s growing water crisis. At the time the Flint disaster happened I blogged in no uncertain terms that the only solution…

Our View Of Water – Still Too Narrow

A repeating theme in my posts is that man continues to have too narrow a view on water. We react to crises and then jump to have government fix, or prevent future and similar problems. The problem is that man still refuses to see into the future, and focuses myopically on putting band aids on problems that are isolated and small when compared to the total picture. Again, I cite…