1. Cost savings in the food and beverage industry - Purite


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    In the video below, Mark Bosley, Business Support Divisional Manager at Purite, discusses the options available for reducing these hidden costs. By working with a water purification expert, food and beverage manufacturers can identify water purification technologies that enable them to: • reuse purified water in a number of production applications to reduce waste • reduce the volume of raw water required for manufacture to cut cost • guarantee water is of a high purity level at all times The food and beverage manufacturing process has many hidden uses of water that result in significant extra costs. By avoiding the hidden costs of water usage you can make substantial savings. For more information, please visit: http://www.purite.com

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    • Green Hitechs Test


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      Green Hitechs the new affordable water purification system in the industry. www.greenhitechs.us

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      • Storm Proofing: Resilient Housing for Coastal and Estuarial Slum Communities of India


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        The foremost concerns for India relating to global warming focus on the ability of coastal communities to adapt to severe climate dynamism. Environmental forces can strike vulnerable estuarial communities from multiple directions. Storm surge from cyclones moves upriver; massive flooding from overflowing rivers moves downriver; polluted rainwater from the urban hardscape flows laterally into rivers. This investigation explores innovative low cost housing solutions that actively mitigate extreme environmental conditions for estuarial slum communities in India. The research site is Chennai, capital of Tamil Nadu. The investigation tests how estuarial slum communities like those in Chennai can be re-conceived as a set of interactive systems, enhancing resilience by utilizing the mutually reinforcing aspects of mitigation, adaptation, restoration and redirection strategies: 1) Mitigation strategies use a combination of barriers and elevated infrastructure networks to reduce the vulnerability of gas, power, water and sewage systems to severe flooding; 2) Adaptation strategies configure architectural hard-scapes and natural waterway systems together as an integrated network capable of responding adaptively to diverse environmental flood scenarios; 3) Restoration strategies incorporate natural filtering systems within green zones, using natural plantings to remove pollution from floodwaters and return clean water to the environment; 4) Redirection strategies actively channel floodwaters away from vulnerable infrastructure to low-lying collection reservoirs. The principal aim of this research investigation is to engage environmental conditions as drivers of architectural forms capable of: storm proofing estuarial communities; enhancing an estuarial community's sustainable water, food and energy capabilities; and reflecting / reinforcing regional and place identity. The principal objective of this investigation is to design a system to stormproof vulnerable communities by providing a multidirectional flood-proof platform upon which to build low cost homes. This platform will also create sustainable energy, filter polluted water, and provide areas for local gardens. In the design research experiment, a combination of storm barrier, filtration system and catchment area is integrated into one super-infrastructure that filters and collects fresh water for the community, removes pollution, stores energy, facilitates agriculture and protects families and homes in the slums of Chennai against storm damage. New Zealand Research Team: Victoria University of Wellington School of Architecture Daniel K. Brown, Reader in Design Studio, supervisor Robbie Budge, Ed Dromgool, Marco Duthie, George Goodwin, summer research scholars External Funding: India New Zealand Education Council, in association with the New Zealand India Research Institute

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        • 2014-02-28 Hour 3 Converted Steve Meunier


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          Declare Your Independence with Ernest Hancock on LRN.FM / Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - Noon (EST), Studio Line: 602-264-2800. Steve Meunier (Owner of H2OPE System) comes in studio to talk about The H2OPE System, which is a stand alone "off-grid" water purifier, solar generator, and water pressurization system. 3rd Hour FreedomsPhoenix News headlines with Steve. H2OPESystem.Com

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          • Water Filtration: How to Choose the Best Filter for Your Backpacking Needs


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            On long backpacking trips, filtering and purifying water is one of the best ways to mitigate the amount of weight in your pack. From UV light systems to classic pump filters, Jason walks you through the benefits and drawbacks of all the available water filtration options.

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            • Vision + Action = CHANGE! An Interview with Robert Kent


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              TO LISTEN TO THIS VIDEO AS AN AUDIO, GO TO http://intentionradio.com/sacredcommerce/ "Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world." -- Joel Barker Ever wonder if you have what it takes to really make a difference? My guest today, Robert Kent, is a walking, talking example of Sacred Commerce in action and a shining example of the power we each have as individuals to effect change! A true visionary and someone taking ACTION to bring about a new paradigm on this planet, Robert Kent shares with us his story -- how he went from a "successful" but tired, worn out and stressed advertising and stock photo photographer to a man dedicated to anchoring a new, harmonious paradigm in Puna, Hawaii, and then sharing this message of human potential across the world. Robert has created a community farm using permaculture principles that resembles the Garden of Eden, he has created a community water source that is filtered with amethyst and crystals, blessed, alive, active, alkaline and held in a massive Pharaoh Cement Urn, produces festivals that bring together the community and foster a sense of family and growth, and much, much more! This man is sure to inspire you, stir up some of your own longings and visions, and provide you with some helpful clues to begin living your Sacred Vision right now! For more information about Robert and his inspiring projects, go to: Gift Culture Media: https://www.facebook.com/GiftCultureMedia Wellness Institute of Hawaii: http://wellnessinstitutehawaii.org/ Seaview Water Farm: www.seaviewwaterfarm.com Compassionate Eye Foundation: http://www.compassionateeye.org/ For more information about private consultations with Amanda Dennis, upcoming retreats in Hawaii, and to view Sacred Commerce videos, go to www.pelema.tv.

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                This video is about Systems Engineering ReCIRC POD Water Treatment System

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                • Humanitech Trailer 1


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                  This trailer tells a story of transformative technology. It follows the work of Dr. Alex Moseson and undergraduates at the SEED Lab, and their field partners in Bo Klua, Thailand. Now supported by a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation grant, they have developed agricultural tools for subsistence farmers: a rice planter and a weeding tool (weeder). Each costs only a few dollars, and can be made in the field. They are also developing a sustainable biosand water filtration system. For more: www.SEEDLaboratory.org.

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                  • Perpetual Water


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                    Our unique water distillation system produces clean water the same way nature does, by vaporization and condensation. www.perpetualwater.net www.rowdenproductions.com

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                    • Holliston Sand Partner Highlights: HART Engineering


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                      Description Whether it’s dealing with commercial, industrial or filtration sand applications Holliston Sand can meet anyone’s expectations. Take for example Gerry Lagesse, Superintendent at Hart Engineering, as he describes why he knows Holliston Sand can produce high quality silica sands for water treatment and filtration. We love sand and our craft is found in the smallest of details, see and decide for yourself! Transcription Hart Engineering is a general contractor, we do a lot of public work, waste water and water treatment plants. We also do a lot of pharmaceutical, biotech, high purity piping, and specialized piping. This is Providence Water Treatment Plant and it serves about 65% of the State of Rhode Island with clean water. It is completely gravity fed plant, right from the reservoir, all the way through the process. We have been here for about four years now in the entire plant. We started with the effluent side of the plant which is all the backwash piping. Basically that is the water that goes out to be purified and filtered it comes through the F1 pipes it comes into the clear-well and out for distribution in the city. They’ll have 40% more process, the plant will go from 140 MGD, which is million gallons per day to about 185 to 190 MGD. At this point in time we are in the portion of the project which is the filter boxes which is basically the filtration system of the treatment process. That is going to get all filtered out through, you will see that fall into the Tross and at one point in time you’ll start seeing it getting clearer, clearer and clearer until the water is clean. The sand media, what that will do, is that it will catch all the particles, much like a pool filter. It will catch all the particles of debris, organics and stuff within the raw water and once that is collected the water filters through then it’s purified, it’s chlorinated. The sand has to have a high, high quality of media size and the coefficient of the sand must be perfect. When the backwash happens, it expands the media, the air in the water expands the media, the more expansion you get the cleaner its going will come out. If the sand is not perfect size and I mean, perfect size it won’t settle back out in that perfect lay. This is the highest spec that Holliston has seen across the country. Our portion is providing a silica sand which is a very uniform product with a uniformity coefficient of 1.3. The specification was presented to us, we provided samples and the samples were accepted. We were then integrated as a partner on this project, we produced it and we provided it just in time with their implementation and we intend to do that over the next five to six years. This is actually the first project we have done with Holliston and the material that they produce is of high quality.

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