Fertilizer Chemicals Linked to Animal Developmental Woes

New research shows that fertilizer chemicals may pose a bigger hazard to the environment than originally foreseenAugust 31, 2010  Related News Fertilizer chemicals may pose a bigger hazard to the environment— specifically to creatures that live in water—than originally foreseen, according to new research from North Carolina State University toxicologists.In a study published in the … Continue reading Fertilizer Chemicals Linked to Animal Developmental Woes

Green Group Finds 260 Different Chemicals in Drinking Water

Published December 21, 2005 Drinking water may have a lot more in it than just H20 and fluoride, according to an environmental group's analysis of records in 42 states. A survey by the Environmental Working Group released on Tuesday found 141 unregulated chemicals and an additional 119 for which the Environmental Protection Agency has set … Continue reading Green Group Finds 260 Different Chemicals in Drinking Water

EPA’s Analytical Methods and Laboratory Certification

Safe Drinking Water ActMethods HomeBasic InformationLaboratory CertificationExpedited Method ApprovalPublic water systems must demonstrate that their water meets health based standards by periodically monitoring for the presence of specific contaminants.Approved analytical methods must be used when analyzing water samples to meet federal monitoring requirements or to demonstrate compliance with drinking water regulations. EPA reviews and approves … Continue reading EPA’s Analytical Methods and Laboratory Certification

A bad week for fracking, a good one for CCS

  | December 14, 2011 l (Photo: Troy Fleece/Canadian Press) Related Gas burns brighter The golden age of natural gas Arctic gas has missed the boat Do scientists get variable pay? New studies on oil and gas safety issues tumbled out this week as if their authors were scrambling to trigger their year-end performance bonuses.But seriously, … Continue reading A bad week for fracking, a good one for CCS

Arginine & Brain Cancer

 Arginine lowers total body inflammation to help fight brain cancer Sunday, December 04, 2011 by: John Phillip (NaturalNews) A diagnosis of cancer, especially the most prevalent form of brain cancer known as glioblastoma, can be devastating, with a dismal prognosis for this particularly fast moving form of the disease. Many cancer lines develop and progress … Continue reading Arginine & Brain Cancer

California Wasteland: Erin Brockovich Still Fighting for Neighbors Over Contaminated Drinking Water Dec. 9, 2011PG&E is quick to point out that the public health goal is not an enforceable standard and that chromium-6 is currently regulated in California under the total chromium standard of 50 parts per billion. Total chromium levels measure not just chromium-6, … Continue reading