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Donates Four Months' Supply of Drinking Water with Each Filter Straw and Replacement Filter Order LAKE FOREST, Calif., Dec.
Bourne Energy develops a river powered water purification system that is both portable and affordable for small rural villages as well as other applications. Los
What’s the talk around the water cooler these days? Coffee, tea and hot chocolate—just to mention a few of the single cup selections now available at the touch of a button and the drop of
Every segment of the bottled water industry is growing and we consider bottled water to be the most successful mass-market beverage category in the U.S., says the Beverage Marketing Corporation.
BENSALEM, Pa., Dec.
Crowdfunding campaign to aid areas of water scarcity through utilization of the machine New York, NY (PRWEB) December 01, 2014 Untapped Water Systems,
Texas-based nonprofit estimates that it has helped save more than 8,000 lives since the start of the Ebola outbreak by providing clean water sources in Liberia. Sulphur
The fun video visually tells a story about how small a water footprint the bottled water industry has, says the International Bottled Water Association. Alexandria,
With each LifeStraw® purchase, one school child in Africa receives safe drinking water for an entire year LAUSANNE, Switzerland, Nov.
Molecule New Water Technologies has announced industrial Atmospheric Water Generators, or AWGs, are now available for use in oil and gas drilling camps.
Meltwater is water that is released from melting snow or ice. This includes meltwater from glacial ice and ice shelves over oceans. Meltwater is often produced during volcanic eruptions, and can cause dangerous lahars (landslides of wet volcanic debris). When meltwater pools on the surface rather than draining or flowing away, it forms pools known as melt ponds. Meltwater will often refreeze as the temperature drops. Meltwater can also collect or melt under the ice's surface. Sub-glacial...
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