DRINKING WATER FILTERS FOR HOME : FILTERS FOR HOME
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Drinking Water Filters For Home
- Drinking water or potable water is water of sufficiently high quality that it can be consumed or used without risk of immediate or long term harm.
- Drinking water in Germany meets the highest quality monitored by the stringent Drinking Water Ordinance guidelines. It is two-thirds sourced direct from the groundwater, with one third coming indirectly from surface water.
- (filter) an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it
- A screen, plate, or layer of a substance that absorbs light or other radiation or selectively absorbs some of its components
- (filter) device that removes something from whatever passes through it
- A device for suppressing electrical or sound waves of frequencies not required
- Made, done, or intended for use in the place where one lives
- provide with, or send to, a home
- Relating to one's own country and its domestic affairs
- at or to or in the direction of one's home or family; "He stays home on weekends"; "after the game the children brought friends home for supper"; "I'll be home tomorrow"; "came riding home in style"; "I hope you will come home for Christmas"; "I'll take her home"; "don't forget to write home"
- Of or relating to the place where one lives
Road Trips, Rednecks & Reality Checks
After you turn off the main road it is approx 15 miles down to the very short Lower Lewis River Falls trail head. Vinny, Dene and I decided to make the journey down to the falls this morning hoping for a little residual ice left over from the recent cold snap. We got that...and much more.
The road started off easy enough. There was about 2 inches of slushy snow and one vehicle had already driven a path down the road so we cruised along for about 3 miles before the snow started getting deeper and even in Vinny's 4 x 4 Nissan we were beginning to slip and slide just a little. To pass the time on the way down I played a little game called Do You? with Vinny.
Do you have chains? No.
Do you have good tires? No.
Do you have a spare tire? No.
What about a rope? Uh...No.
Do we have any food? I have a cliff bar.
Do we have any water? You get the idea.
As we rounded the next corner, I told Dene and Vinny that if things got rough out here I was going to have to eat one, or both of them. They kind of laughed and then the car grew silent. Just so you know I would never joke about eating people. One more turn and our trip was abruptly halted by a fallen tree. We could not get around it. We were discouraged that we had come this far only to be stopped in our tracks. We actually considered walking the remaining 10 miles down to the falls and were doing the math on if we could get back to the car before dark.
That was when the Rednecks arrived. Out of nowhere like an oasis in the desert, a 3 truck caravan of real Washington Rednecks rolled up with trucks full of chain saws, crossbows, shotguns and gasoline. I mean...what else could one possibly need? The lead truck, a Toyota 4 x 4 with a two foot lift kit, tires taller than Vinny and a Squirrel skeleton for a hood ornament pulled up and they cut the tree down and then offered to take the lead and blaze a trail down to the falls for us.
I don't think I have ever met such pleasant Rednecks. Around the corner there were more of them. Rednecks over here skinning a deer, Rednecks over there drinking a keg out of the back of the truck. It was like Mad Max beyond Thunder-dome. I felt like a freaking geek when one of them asked us what WE were doing down here and I said....um...we want to take pictures of the waterfall. It sounded so square as I said it that I am sure that no upstanding Redneck would ever let me in their club after that.
After Vinny white knuckled the last 8 miles in snow that had now risen to 10 inches or more in spots we wondered how we would ever get back out of here, but none of that mattered. A beautiful Winter Wonderland of snow and ice awaited us and we were excited to get there!
Finally we arrived and walked the trail down to the lower portion of the falls. Dene and I had waders but Vinny was going to have to freeze to death. We were all going in. It was very unnerving being down there. The entire time the cliff above our heads was dropping chunks of ice and snow and at one point a section of ice that was a third the size of a car broke off from the cliff and crashed against the rocks less than 20 feet from where we were standing. We knew the chances of us getting back here in conditions like this again were very slim so we made the best of it and then hiked back out..tired, frozen and battered before darkness enveloped us.
Vinny drove like a champ. Nuff said. We survived and brought home the goods. It was an epic adventure that I was not sure we were going to get out of on our own. Now we have a list of items to throw in the back of the truck. Rope, a spare tire, some chains and some water in case we run into trouble.
I am going to get a crossbow and a squirrel skeleton just because.
Myanmar - Exhibition 1
The International Year of Sanitation was officially launched by the Minister of Health on 29 March 2008 and widely communicated. The event was organized nicely with active participation of leaders of the WASH sector government counterparts. In concurrence with the launch the MOH set up a mini exhibition displaying promotional material by the organizations below:
•Myanmar Motional Picture Organisation (MMPO) put on shown of their production on 12 TV spots for promotion of 4-clean habits on improved sanitation, safe drinking water, clean foods and washing hands with soap as well as 14 short films on promotion of improved sanitation and good hygiene behaviours
•A local NGO displayed 8 ceramic/clay filter produced by their organization for home safe treatment of drinking water. These 8 filters had been donated to the local schools for use after the display
•Central Health Education Bureau, MOH displayed various promotional materials and models for building household sanitary latrine and promotion of school WASH.
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