It’s so commonplace that you probably never think about it.

 
 

It’s so commonplace that you probably never think about it.

But take a moment to consider what water means in your life. A cool drink on a hot day. A special place to swim (even if it’s only a public pool). A river that defines the landscape. Not to mention that life-saving cup of coffee in the morning. Water shapes our lives and, to a greater or lesser extent, is part of everything we love.

But increasingly our water is in danger. Not on the other side of the world or only in impoverished areas, but in our own communities, our homes, our backyards. The things we love are threatened and our most precious resource needs our help.

The good news is that there’s something we can do about it. Each of us, right now. Thanks to new technologies, individuals and communities can have a direct impact on the quality of their water and, working together, we can actually change the world. 

 
 

News Block