In Newark, N.J., officials have closed the water lines for 30 schools in the Public Schools system due to the discovery of lead and discoloration. In a Wednesday announcement, New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection and school district are using water from other sources, the Huffington Post reports.
Yes, there is a water crisis in Flint, Michigan. Some are calling it a case of “environmental racism.” The thing is to do something – anything. These young men decided to do something and I want to share it with you. Let’s remember to help each other whenever and however we can. #GetWright @MsMichelWright
First, there was air purifying clothing. Now, there’s a pollution absorbing bikini. What will they think of next?! Husband and wife duo, Cengiz and Mihri Ozkan, engineering professors at the University of California, Riverside, have developed a bathing suit that cleans pollutants in the water as the person swims. This technology uses a highly hydrophobic […]
Summer has officially graced us with her long-awaited presence, a season that means longer days of fun at amusement parks, days at the beach, and swimming pools for…
The spigot will run dry, toilets won’t flush and there will be no cooling shower on 100- degree days for about 100,000 people in Prince George’s County as crews wrestle to repair a massive water main that serves their homes and businesses. The shutdown was planned for Tuesday night and may last several days, water […]
From my experience going through several hurricanes in the south: 1) Get cash from the ATM – if power goes out, credit/debit cards will be useless – as much as you can, just in case ATMs are out for a while. 2) fill every tub in your house with water so you can still flush […]