Pennsylvania Community Experiences Spike in Water Nitrate Levels

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Pennsylvania Community Experiences Spike in Water Nitrate Levels

Pennsylvania families are becoming increasingly concerned about the safety of their tap water and the risks it poses for infants. Nitrates found in drinking water can make babies very sick; infants under six months of age are at particular risk […]

The Economics of Water Shortages

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The Economics of Water Shortages

When there are water shortages, conservation means seeing lawns dry out and plants die. But there’s another side this problem as many residents of California are discovering. There are fixed costs in operating a water treatment plant. In normal times […]

Be Prepared

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Be Prepared

By Al Meder When I was a young boy I was a member of the Boy Scouts. This is a wonderful organization which taught young boys so many basic skills. The Boy Scouts had a motto: “Be Prepared”. These two words […]