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by Katrina O. Indiana Water Filters
Water. Life essential. Without water, people, animals, plants, the planet, none of these can survive without safe, uncontaminated, water
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  • Water helps plants grow.
  • Water aids in weight loss.
  • Water keeps a body working as it should.
  • Safe drinking water is becoming scarse.
  • Contamination of our safe water is everywhere.
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We take for granted that there will always be safe water to drink. That just is not the case. With all the pollution, contamination, and Government irresponsibility, safe water to drink is becoming extinct.

Fracking pumps chemicals into the ground. These chemicals get into ground water and contaminate it. No one is really sure what chemicals are used in the hydraulic fracturing process. The unknown is what is truly frightening.

The Government gives big oil and others permission to contaminate our safe water.

Trash is dumped every day. Plastic water bottles are a huge part of what is dumped every day. Reduce, reuse, recycle! It really is important.

Take a look around my blog. Look at what is going on with our safe water. Join the voices to save our water. Add your thoughts, experience, or advice. Water is truly life essential!

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About Katrina O. Professional     Indiana Water Filters

730 connections, 27 recommendations, 2,246 honor points.
Joined APSense since, June 30th, 2010, From Howe, United States.

Created on Jun 16th 2011 03:37. Viewed 3,846 times.

Comments

Malok Mading Committed   Writer and Blogger.
@Kat,you are welcome.I made an err.The first word in my comment should be "Water" not "What"
Jun 18th 2011 12:12   
Katrina O. Professional   Indiana Water Filters
LOL! Thanks ok! but it makes better sense now!
Jun 19th 2011 08:55   
Noor-Ul-Huda Kakar Advanced   11-10-2019
Water is the natural resource on which every human has equal right according to his needs.
No one is to be awarded with special facilities of water from state side because it is a resource for which the state is responsible to provide to all the citizens with equal facilities and the disparities should be removed from the society while dealing the citizens of the state because the appointed members who take the oath to serve the people of their area are not only the result of casting votes of some specific group or society. The votes were of all the country to elect the president in presidential system and the president onwards select the members and also for the members as well as the prime minister in parliamentary system. So, they should treat the public on equal basis.
Jun 20th 2011 07:03   
Kelly Crawford Junior  
I have my own water filter, too. It really pays to have one! At least, I feel more secured with the water we are drinking/using now.
Aug 2nd 2011 22:48   
Katrina O. Professional   Indiana Water Filters
That is very true Kelly, may I ask what filter you are using?

Aug 3rd 2011 10:49   
Katrina O. Professional   Indiana Water Filters
Do you know what really is in your home tap water? If you don't, I can help you find out! Send me a PM! (Only on the subject of water and water quality, please!) Is there an environmental issue that could be contaminating your water? How safe is your water from outside pollutants? What are you doing to protect and insure fresh, safe, water will remain available?
Oct 3rd 2011 07:02   
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