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By The Dispatch On Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019
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Future City Competition announces new theme: Clean Water Tap Into Tomorrow

We turn on the faucet and clean water flows. Most of us don’t give it much thought. But for civil engineers, urban planners, developers, and other professionals, maintaining a reliable water supply takes expertise, More...

By Brandon Jones On Saturday, September 21st, 2019
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Earth Overshoot activist, mother Sara Perine tells women to save Mother Earth: don’t have or abort those kids

Huffington Post published a guest article from Earth Overshoot, a climate change activist group based out of Pennsylvania, written by Sara Perine, mother of two. Her message is clear: don’t have kids (or have More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, December 13th, 2018
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What is a Flow Meter And Why Do You Need One?

One of the most crucial elements in life is water. Society was first established near great bodies of fresh water. Nowadays water comes to us through the pipes of the local water company. But getting water to us More...

By Guest Author On Friday, June 29th, 2018
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Do You Know If the Water You Drink Daily Is Safe? Find Out the Importance of Consuming Filtered Water

Water has many benefits to your body and this is why people are encouraged to drink plenty of it. This depends on what type of water you have been drinking. If you have been drinking water that you have no idea More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, June 21st, 2018
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Shreveport’s Sewer Systems Making Extensive Use of Trenchless Technology

Shreveport’s residents are dealing with an aging sewer system that is expected to cost $500 million to rehab. The sewer system’s problems continue to mount with the city first agreeing to a $342 million More...

By Kaye Wonderhouse On Tuesday, June 5th, 2018
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California: Jerry Brown signs extreme water consumption bills into law, restricts shower, laundry and toilet use

California Governor Jerry Brown signed two bills into law Thursday aimed at reducing water consumption in the state, even in non-drought conditions. “In preparation for the next drought and our changing More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018
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The Importance of Swimming Pool Circulation

Circulation is the initial phase simultaneously. Circulation  assumes a noteworthy part in all parts of the procedure. Dissemination of the pool water enables you to channel your water, which is cleaning. It likewise More...

By Kaye Wonderhouse On Monday, March 12th, 2018
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New Study: California has worse quality of life, Iowa best overall, Colorado has best economy

California has the worst quality of life in the United States, according to a new ranking released Tuesday by U.S. News & World Report. Public domain image/National Atlas of the United States According to the More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, February 1st, 2018
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How Cities Are Tackling Aging Infrastructure Problems

Infrastructure in the United States is well past its prime in many cities. Some cities have sewers that were put in place in the late 1800s. Some even used terracotta piping that hasn’t been in use in decades. The More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, December 12th, 2017
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Best Ways To Start Saving Water At Home

Water Saving Tips Water is a valuable resource and is something we should all try to use less of. Not only is it going to be kinder to the environment, but it will save you money on your water bills. photo D. Sharon More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, July 27th, 2017
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Making Your Home a Better Place To Live

Of all the things that you can choose to do today, why not make your home a better place to live? There are a ton of things that you can do to make this happen, ranging from very easy and free all the way to extremely More...

By Guest Author On Monday, June 26th, 2017
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Three Ways To Find Safe Drinking Water

Having safe water to drink is something that many people take for granted. If you own a home and have water, whether it’s city water or well water, you’re usually lucky enough to be able to safely drink that More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, June 21st, 2017
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How can we reduce water consumption in different industries?

Water scarcity is increasing constantly. There are countries, which are destroying and people who are dying because they do not have enough clean water to use. The situation in some areas is so bad that they do More...

By Guest Author On Tuesday, June 20th, 2017
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U.S. States Taking Action and Committing to the Paris Climate Agreement

Many people around the nation and the world were extremely disappointed with President Trump’s decision to exit the Paris Climate Agreement recently. Now, the United States joins only Nicaragua and war-torn Syria More...

By The Dispatch On Saturday, June 3rd, 2017
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The Rust Belt States are Doing Better Than You Think

If you followed last year’s election, then you will probably think the Rust Belt has been turned into this vast wasteland of industrial decay and rampant opioid abuse.  However, the truth could not be further More...

By Laura Jones On Thursday, March 2nd, 2017
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New Report: Yemen ravaged by Muslim extremists, food electricity and water are scarce

An amazing new analysis on Yemen reveals a shocking devastation from the war with radical Muslims, leaving most of the nation struggling to find food, water or have electricity. “It has been almost two years More...

By Guest Author On Thursday, January 26th, 2017
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The most important things to take to a music festival

No matter the event, the excitement of a music festival may cause you to leave something behind. Here’s a list of reminders: Cash, cash and more cash No matter how much you plan your spending, you are bound More...

By The Dispatch On Monday, January 23rd, 2017
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Different Kinds of Water and Its Importance

Do you know the differences in water? First you have storm water. This comes from melting snows and from rain storms. When this stormwater comes into contact with materials like solvents, heavy metals, gas, and More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, January 17th, 2017
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Top Ways to Feel More Beautiful in a Short Space of Time

It doesn’t matter what we look like, what size we are, whether we are single or with a partner, there is always a time when we need to feel that little bit more beautiful about ourselves. Feeling good about yourself More...

By Kaye Wonderhouse On Saturday, December 31st, 2016
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President Obama ‘protects’ over 1.9 million more acres for new national monuments as ‘land grab’ continues

The White House designated two new national monuments, one in Utah and the other in Nevada, that will protect important Native American cultural sites and the President will count as part of a legacy of environmental More...


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