Why Does Bottled Water Have An Expiration Date?

In this week’s Parade magazine columnist Marilyn vos Savant answered this very question from one of her readers. In one paragraph she did a nice job of addressing the issue. The Cliffs Notes version of her answer suggested that over time a bottle might break and leak, the water might develop an unacceptable taste and smell, and then finally, over time certain harmful chemicals in the plastic might leach out…

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…

A Win For Water – Trump Deflates EPA Water Authority

As a passionate champion of water I celebrate today President Trump rolling back one of the most destructive pieces of garbage legislation that has ever applied to our Water. Truly, this action is a punch in the mouth to those “Water Grabbers” that I routinely defy. For some reason, emotional activists believe that the more oversight and restrictions we can place on water, the better. However, when you remove emotion…