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WTF? Poisoning our Water in the Name of Energy Profits!

All in the name of profits!

All in the name of profits!

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: 77 billion barrels of contaminated “produced water” were generated worldwide in 2000 by oil and gas operations. This estimate comes from a 2003 Journal of Petroleum Technology article by Z. Khatib and P. Verbeek. In recent years this volume has increased as more and more gas is produced from marginal fields like the Marcellus Shales in Pennsylvania and the Barnett Shales in Texas and the Hilliard-Baxter-Mancos Shales in Wyoming. This water has begun to cause more and more health and environmental problems.

It’s not like this just came up on us!

We have been letting big business overule concerns about health and now we are all having to pay the price for it. From birth defects from our water supply, BPA, atrazine, arsenic and chloramines, it would seem we have traded dollars over people.

It doesn’t have to be that way, but you do have to be pro-active with the water you drink and bath with.  Whether you decide to go with a whole house water filtration system or just start with either an under the sink water filter, do something to insure your family is not exposed to these health hazards.

Don’t believe me?  Read the whole story here.

Donna Hoffman is the owner of  http://www.ezClearwater.com , provider of the highest quality, earth-friendly water purification products for home, office, pool and spa. Our goal is to share products that are “Good to You and Mother Earth Too.”

So what are you waiting for? You know your family deserves the best. Check our home page to see which products would work best for you!

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December 19, 2009 at 8:55 am Comment (1)

Drinking Water Data Prompts Agency, Congress To Rethink Policies

There is some evidence that Congress — and the Environmental Protection Agency — are rethinking their policies on a commonly used weed-killer after disclosures that the EPA failed to notify the public about high levels of the herbicide in drinking water.

For five years, the EPA has been collecting weekly tests of drinking water in about 150 watersheds, primarily in the Midwest, where farmers spray the herbicide on cornfields and other crops. The agency, however, never acted on the results. Nor had it ever published the data — until tonight. EPA officials say they have now decided to make the test results available on their Web site.

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/09/04/epas-failure-to-publicize_n_277965.html

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/09/04/epas-failure-to-publicize_n_277965.html

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October 14, 2009 at 10:29 am Comments (0)