Hollywood Florida, United States (PRWEB) June 24, 2012
Save the Water™ Contaminated Drinking Water Research and New Education Department is pleased to announce a new more informative homepage and water education department. Over 200 news and educational postings have been published since the site has been revamped. Tons of material on fracking and fluoride, contaminated drinking water and chemical facts have been added to the educational department. Part of the education departments program has led to an agreement signed with the Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts of America for field trips featuring “A day in the life of a scientist” [DILOS program].
In the news and education postings on the STW™ web site you will find in depth articles about: fracking, contaminated drinking water, viruses in water, arsenic contamination, pipeline oil spill in Canada, and the global water crisis. These are very interesting articles that are in the news each day and are covered with further details by STW™.
In the upcoming month the research department will bring attention to articles about: chemical contamination of drinking water and the health affects they cause. Save the Water™ Educational series has begun. This series covers in depth material on specific chemical water contaminants and contains illustrated articles on fracking and fluoride, two of the most talked about issues today.
Items that are needed for the Education program, “Day in the life of a scientist” [DILOS program] field trips:
Microscope (portable): Microscope slides: Beakers (all sizes): Test tubes (several sizes): Turbidity meter: Dissolved oxygen meter: Conductivity meter: pH meter: pH paper: Thermometers: Water sampling device: Sediment sampling device: Spatulas: Water test kits (colorimetric): Safety glasses: Rubber gloves (disposable): Rubber boots (various sizes): Laboratory notebooks: Visual aids: Carrying cases: Plastic coolers (small): Digital camera: Video camera: Tripod: Handheld bullhorn: Laptops or Note Pads
If you have any of these items that you wish to donate, please ship them to:
Save the Water™, Inc.
500 SW 69 Terrace
Pembroke Pines, Fl 33023
A receipt will be issued for the value of the equipment donated for your tax return.
Get involved, if you find interesting articles that have not been reported, please send them to Save the Water™ for publication.
Without clean drinking water, no species plant, animal or human can be saved.
We must insure that the water is not contaminated to the point where we can no longer drink it.
Supporting water research and the education program’s growth of Save the Water™ is vital to future generation’s health.