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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Recyled Water to be Green

 Recycled water part of nature?

Yes! Water recycling happens naturally in the water cycle, also known as the hydrological cycle. There is no new water. Natural recycling occurs when moisture evaporates from the earth, and rains down on the earth. It occurs when rain and animal wastes seep into the ground to be filtered through soil, sand and stone into the water table, to be returned clean through natural springs, and man-made wells. In nature, impurities are removed from water, both as they travel through layers of earth, and by evaporation, and precipitation.

  What is the history of quality and human health as it relates to recycled water?
While nature's way of recycling water is healthy, mankind created some new dimensions in pollution which are not easily repaired, and have resulted in disease and pestilence historically. There is a right way and a wrong way to recycle water, and from the dawn of civilization until the end of the 19th century humans polluted water with raw sewage and other waste waters without a care, and then drank from the same rivers. This is not the proper way to recycle water.

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