Archive for May, 2010

Comic artist Steve Greenberg (via The Water Blog)

Yikes, high levels of bacteria found in Canada’s bottled water! What’s this all about eh? After an employee of C-crest Laboratories in Montreal, Canada became ill from consuming bottled water that he had noticed had a foul taste, C-crest laboratory researches decided to do an investigation. They tested random samples of water from popular bottled […]

Last Saturday our team had a fabulous time celebrating Earthfest with over 100,000 environmentally-conscious Bostonians. It was inspiring to see such a large community of people all dedicated to protecting the same thing — our beloved earth. Hopefully you had a chance to stop by our MAVEA Water Booth and sample our NEW Water Filtration […]

Recently there were statistics released that said more people in developing countries have access to cell phones than sanitation services. In short, “it’s easier to text than find a toilet.” No doubt having technology like a cellphone is important, (I think I would be lost without mine) but it’s crazy to think that in places […]

This Sat-Chit-Anand Water Show in Gandhinagar, India puts the Bellagio fountains in Vegas to shame.  With a 130-feet wide and 70-feet high water screen, around 4,000 nozzles, 2,000 lights, 160-feet long sea-of-fire (fire spreading on water), several fireballs, and lasers synched by the second to surround sound, you better believe this is an awe-inspiring show. […]

Since 1988, the state of Nebraska has been celebrating the Children’s Groundwater Festival, an eco-educational event that teaches fourth and fifth graders about the importance of ground water. Classes and workshops such as Greenigami, Build a Model Aquifer, Comparing Groundwater Samples, and Water Trivia give the children an opportunity to learn about ground water in […]

According to Solidarités International, unsafe drinking water is the primary cause of death in the world today. Each year, it leads to deadly illnesses such as cholera, typhoid, malaria, diarrhea and trachoma in almost 8 million people, including nearly 1.8 million children. To raise awareness, Solidarités International orchestrated an amazing event using water as a medium to […]

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