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Understanding Water Scarcity: Can We Replenish the Supply?

The human race is thirsty for water—our demands are high, and the supply of clean, pure water is actually growing scarce. True, water covers three-quarters of the world’s surface. But only 3 percent of the Earth’s water is fresh, and most of that is ice. That leaves less than a half of a percent of […]

September 4, 2017

Where Does All the Water Go?

Today’s water disposal methods require a sustainable evolution.   When you flush the toilet, the water inside seems to disappear—it goes “down there,” wherever that is, and out of your home. When you shut off the shower, and the last pools of water in the tub seep down the drain, you dry off and move on […]

August 7, 2017

Quality Control: How We Share Water

Consider this water quality fact: The water that pours from your tap is not fresh by definition, in the sense of “not previously used” or “new.” In fact, it’s someone else’s used water. Perhaps the water is new to you, but it could have been used in a dozen or more homes before yours. Your […]

July 24, 2017