Glanris – Heading Off The Next Water Apocalypse

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) is a staple of the water purification industry. It is used for municipal drinking water, industrial water and wastewater treatment, and it is the component of the majority of consumer water filtration products. Like many of our natural resources the continued use of GAC is not sustainable.

Water! No Calling Is More Important!

As precious as water is one would think that the corporations and men involved with it would be of the highest, noblest character. Sadly, some of the worst scoundrels one could ever meet have leading roles in our behavior toward water. Safety for those who drink water have always been more precious to me than a dollar bill. In 1983 Doctor Chester Amedia, M.D., hired me as Chief Technician of…

Well Water System Without A Storage Tank

I am asked this question often enough that I decided to turn it into a blog post. When pulling water from a lake, stream or well a pump must be used to transport the water to our faucets and appliances. Mandatory for the pump is to be able to deliver sufficient pressure for enjoyable household use. The first step in designing a water system from a non-pressurized source, also called…