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For the past several years, the Queen City – Charlotte, North Carolina – has been working to improve water quality for all. This includes reducing water contaminants as well as restoring the flow of water through the city’s concrete maze via its many streams and creeks. But, it is not just a government effect as residents and visitors are encourage to get involved.
Reducing and reporting pollution is an easy way to help improve our city and, dare I say, save the world! We will review ways you can reduce water pollution and how to report a problem.
Homeowners, property owners, and even farmers can implement “green” care for lawns, landscaping and crops. By reducing the amount of fertilizer and pesticide, you will also be decreasing the amount of contaminates that can runoff into streams and creeks. If these polluting substances were to go unchecked then the results would be catastrophic to aquatic life, and eventually effecting the entire ecosystem which will jeopardize the well being of humans and animals alike.
In addition to “green” practices, people can also be careful not to cause excess debris to enter our waterways. People are also asked to help prevent muddy excess mud from enter waterways by reporting muddied streets. Some people don’t realize that rain water goes from the sewer drains straight to local lakes and streams. They also may not know that Charlotte’s drinking water systems start with pumping water from Lake Norman and Mountain Island Lake.
The City of Charlotte has a app called Water Watch which will allow you to report a problem quickly and easily. By reporting a problem in a timely manner, the city may be able to act immediately to correct it. If you’re a resident of Charlotte, we recommend downloading the app today -just in case- and also explore the information made available on http://charlottenc.gov/resident-site/Pages/water-resources.aspx
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Buying a cheap water softener system may appear to be a smart investment. However, it is important to consider the repercussions of such an investment. Saving a few bucks may wind up being very costly in the long run. Here is a look of some of the risks that come with the purchase of a cheap water softener.
Lack of power
Water softeners are powered by motors. A cheaper water softener may not look different to the ordinary consumer, but internally, they can be quite different. A lot of that relates to the motor and when that fails prematurely, repair is often more expensive than buying a brand-new water softener as a replacement. The risk of buying a water softener with a cheap motor is considered a financial risk because the longevity of the product is compromised….
Imagine being able to drink from puddles, streams and lakes without the worry of life threatening contaminates.
Some of you maybe grossed out by the thought of drinking from a body of water that may contain parasites and diseases. However, being able to do this safely has and continues to save lives around the world. Thanks are owed to LifeStraw as they have revolutionized the technology needed to ensure safe drinking water around the globe.
It is not just rural and disaster struck communities that benefit from this technology. Hikers, campers and explorers can all benefit from having a LifeStraw in their pack. You never no when things can go wrong and one of the most important keys to survival in the wild is having drinking water. When facing extreme circumstances, one may take the chance at drinking any water they can find knowing it is a huge gamble -unless you have a LifeStraw on-hand.
Whether you are preparing for a camping trip or a hurricane, we recommend adding a LifeStraw to your checklist.
For more information about LifeStraw, visit their website https://www.lifestraw.com/
Want to be prepared but don’t want the LifeStraw? You can bottle water for when you are on-the-go and want to stay hydrated. Consider having a water filtration system installed in your home to always ensure it is always safe to consume.
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