A recent study by the Institute of Medicine (IoM) suggests that with obesity due to affect 42 percent of Americans by 2030, one of the healthy solutions to combating this problem is to emphasize the benefits of drinking water.
The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) and the Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) have collaborated on the production and release of a new brochure, according to WaterWorld. The brochure is designed to provide guidance on water testing to household water-well owners near oil and gas developments, with a particular focus on hydraulic fracturing sites.
The National Water Research Institute (NWRI) recently announced its publication of the third edition of the “Ultraviolet Disinfection Guidelines for Drinking Water and Water Reuse,” according to WaterWorld.
Every consumer needs a certain amount of water on a daily basis, but the purity of the liquid that flows from the faucet is not always ideal. There are various ways a person can sanitize his or her tap water, but those options can be costly. However, a recent study conducted at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has found a simple solution to improve water quality.
The global bottled water industry has really grown in the last ten years. With good PR, and an aged business model in place, bottled water is the only solution many consumers believe exist. Unfortunately, in order for those organizations to keep up with supply and demand, they’re forced to look for continuous water sources to use for their products. This includes more than just the water for filling these bottles, but the water required to mass produce these plastic jugs. It’s a lot of water. Typically, these organizations find small communities to drain, and persuade local officials into offering up the supply in exchange for new jobs, but as history has shown, that rarely pans out as expected.
Businesses across all industries often welcome their clients into their facilities. Clients tour the grounds, meet with employees and garner a better understanding of the work that is conducted inside. These meetings offer businesses big opportunities. Managers can nurture their client relationships and potentially land more work. Office managers may want to plan in advance for client visits by installing several water coolers throughout the workplace to make sure that their clients are never kept waiting for a drink.