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Raising Awareness for Clean Water… Penns Grove Rotary Club (Part 2b). Ted Lands Ocean City - Upper Township RC Centennial President Asst. Governor 2005-2008 District 7640 Clean Water Chairman 16 September 2010. $50/unit. BEFORE. Would you drink this??. AFTER.

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Raising awareness for clean water penns grove rotary club part 2b

Raising Awareness for Clean Water… Penns Grove Rotary Club (Part 2b)

Ted Lands

Ocean City - Upper Township RC

Centennial President

Asst. Governor 2005-2008

District 7640 Clean Water Chairman

16 September 2010



BEFORE

Would you drink this??
















Community health education
Community Health Education hotel

  • Along with providing safe water, we will also promote hygiene education and sanitation awareness first in the schools, then in the homes of students, and finally in the surrounding communities to enhance program effectiveness.



Assembling a new Cook stove hotel

(70% less wood required & vented to outside)


Jorge (El Jeffe) hotel

Typical home &

Open flame cooking


Medical support
Medical Support hotel

  • Treat water-related diseases, such as diarrheal diseases, anemia and dehydration, among students, teachers and community members, as needed.

  • Create a community health center that reinforces and supports our public health initiatives over a three-year span.



~$75/unit hotel





Next hands on opportunity
Next “HANDS-ON” Opportunity hotel

  • Sept 25 – Oct 2, 2010

    • $975 + Airfare

    • HHI & Fellow Rotarians

    • Spanish desired, but is not required

    • “Summer Camp” accommodations

    • Walk 6 miles/day at altitude

    • Taste local foods, music, & Maya culture

    • Wonderful people & appreciative communities

    • We went to help change and improve lives… they changed and improved ours forever

    • Helps us to appreciate what we have & take for granted

    • Share your experience with others



Objectives
Objectives hotel

  • Raise your personal awareness about Clean Water

  • Share some information:

    • Water facts & figures

    • ID some of our challenges, incl. NJ

    • Impacts of water & sanitation on health

    • Offer some of the solutions/resources

  • Encourage your participation


Q & A hotel


Water related issues
Water-Related issues hotel

  • CONSERVE & PROTECT Water Sources

    • Improper sanitation & Contamination of water

      • Chemical dumping & medications

    • Nitrates in our surface & groundwater

      • Hypoxia & Dead Zones

    • Over-consumption, depletion of aquifers, salt water intrusion

  • Privatization of ground/surface Water resource$

  • Bottled Water

    • Plastics in our oceans and in our food chain

  • Acidification of oceans, www.aseachange.net


Organizations to collaborate
Organizations to Collaborate hotel

  • Rotary Clubs & Districts

  • Heart to Heart International (NGOs)

  • Engineers Without Borders (Rowan Univ.)

  • Pure Water

    • http://www.purewaterfortheworld.org/the-problem/

  • World Bank Water & Sanitation Program http://www.wsp.org/

  • UNESCO

  • Etc.


Amalgam discharges to public sanitary sewer
Amalgam - Discharges to Public Sanitary Sewer hotel

  • Discharges into public sanitary sewers are regulated by the Bureau of Pretreatment and Residuals. All dental facilities subject to this regulation were required to implement Best Management Practices, or BMPs, by October 1, 2008, and must install an amalgam separator that meets the ISO 11143 criteria by October 1, 2009. Facilities that opened after October 1, 2007 shall immediately install an amalgam separator. Each dental facility subject to this regulation shall register and certify compliance annually with the NJDEP.


Bottled water outsold milk in 2006
Bottled water outsold milk in 2006 hotel

  • NEW YORK — For the first time in US history, bottled water outsold milk according to Beverage Digest, which recently published US beverage sales results for 2006, a May 4 story in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

  • Also according to the industry newsletter, bottled water came close to outselling beer as well.

  • Average per capita consumption of bottled water went from 11 gallons per year in 1996 to 21 gallons in 2006; while milk consumption dropped about 3 gallons on average per capita, the story said.

  • Soft drink consumption dropped by about 1.1 gallons on average per capita as well, but still outsold bottled water.


Bottled water facts
Bottled Water Facts hotel

  • Fact #1.  Bottles used to package water take over 1,000 years to bio-degrade and if incinerated, they produce toxic fumes. It is estimated that over 80% of all single-use water bottles used in the U.S. simply become "litter." Source: ValleyWater.org

  • Fact #2.  Recycling is only feasible in limited circumstances because only PET bottles can be recycled. All other bottles are discarded. Only 1 out of 5 bottles are sent to the recycle bin. Source: SunTimes

  • Fact #3.  U.S. landfills are overflowing with 2 million tons of discarded water bottles alone. Source: idswater.org

  • Fact #4.  It takes over 1.5 million barrels of oil to meet the demand of U.S. water bottle manufacturing. This amount of oil far exceeds the amount needed to power 100,000 for a year, which does not include fossil fuel and emissions costs of green house gases needed to transport the final product to market. Source: SunTimes

  • Fact #5.  It is estimated that actually 3 liters of water is used to package 1 liter of bottled water. Source: ValleyWater.org

  • Coca - Cola Admits That Dasani is Nothing But Tap Water


Bottle water contaminants
Bottle Water Contaminants hotel

  • The mix of contaminants and contamination levels were the same as in the local municipal water, indicating that little had been done to further purify the water after it was taken from the tap.

  • By law, bottled water that comes from a municipal water supply has to disclose this on its label, unless the bottler takes steps to further purify the water.

  • "Clearly, you would not expect to see the level of chemical that the samples had if the extra purification had been done," Naidenko says.

  • Specifically, the investigators found that:

  • Five of the tested waters contained fluoride, six contained small amounts of the fertilizer ingredient nitrate, and two contained the drug acetaminophen, sold as Tylenol.

  • Samples of the Sam's Choice water purchased at a San Francisco area Wal-Mart had levels of the disinfection byproducts trihalomethanes that exceeded the California legal limit for these chemicals.

  • Samples of the Sam's Choice brand also had higher-than-allowed levels of the chemical bromodichloromethane, which is a known carcinogen.

  • Samples of Giant's Acadia brand water also had levels of the chemicals that exceeded California safety standards, although the brand was sold only in mid-Atlantic states, where it met standards.

  • The report noted that levels of the chemicals in both waters also exceeded the bottled water industry's voluntary safety standards.

  • http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/news/20081014/report-some-bottled-water-not-so-pure


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