People have shown a growing interest in finding more sustainable ways to achieve their water purification goals. Biotechnology advancements have enabled significant progress. Here’s some of what’s possible.
Public health experts outline steps to better health for Americans
November 9, 2016
Nearly 12,000 public health experts who gathered in Denver recently for the American Public Health Association’s (APHA) annual meeting faced – and explored – a daunting task: improving the health of Americans.
TDIndustries (TD) is utilizing an inventive new Water Container Cleaning Kit that was developed in cooperation with Lone Star Safety & Supply. The kit was designed to ensure that TDPartners have the tools necessary to clean job site water containers and provide safe drinking water to our field Partners.
A team of specialized officers from the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps have traveled to Flint to help conduct medical follow-up visits with children who have tested positive for high lead levels due to the city’s water crisis.
Julie Vastine is Director of the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring based out of Dickinson College. ALLARM started in 1986 enlisting the help of average citizens to monitor streams for the impacts of acid rain.