Clear Water Vision to Educate California Residents about Water Quality

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Through projects, upcoming events, and documentaries, Clear Water Vision hopes to educate the California consumers of the importance of preserving this precious natural resource.

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Parts of Clear Lake are off limits to the public due to mercury contamination.

As each day passes, we seem to neglect the obvious problems related to the quality of our water. What we do to improve the quality of our water is reflected in the quality of our lives and our future.

Committed to bringing greater public awareness to the water problems facing society today, Clear Water Vision represents an effort to improve the quality of water and educate people in the emerging, practical ways that can help preserve water.

Clear Water Vision has presented research programs that provide new and leading edge methods and technologies to enhance water purity. In an upcoming program on February 17 in Walnut Creek, as part of public outreach, scientists will speak about developing an understanding about issues related to water quality and conservation.

“As each day passes, we seem to neglect the obvious problems related to the quality of our water. What we do to improve the quality of our water is reflected in the quality of our lives and our future,” said Douglas Santos of Clear Water Vision.

Clear Water Vision, a non-profit organization, began in 2008. The years of holistic research by founder and president, Russell Anderson and all his past experiences, has helped bring together a group of very highly talented visionaries, committed to bringing greater public awareness to the water problems facing society today. Problems, like those that exist in Clear Lake, California.

Clear Lake is the oldest lake in California, and possibly one of the oldest lakes in the world. Currently, as a result of mining efforts from the 1800s to the late 1950s, parts of Clear Lake are off limits to the public due to mercury contamination. Clear Water hopes that increasing public awareness about Clear Lake and other such areas will enable new efforts to clean up polluted water systems.

Clear Water Vision is likely to participate at the New Living Expo in San Francisco in April, 2011.

For more information about any of Clear Water Vision's products/services, call them at (925) 237-9627, view them on the web at http://www.clearwatervision.org, or visit their store located at 1824 Clinton Ave #13, Alameda, CA 94501.

About Clear Water Vision
Clear Water Vision, headquartered in the City of Alameda, California, provides enhanced educational programs on water preservation and conservation. Their mission is to educate people on Primary Water and in the emerging, practical ways that can help preserve this precious, natural resource.

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Clear Water Vision
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