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UTA Clear on the path to kill pathogens without chemicals

Background to this post is here. I boldfaced for emphasis in UTA Clear’s publication and share with you that of most concern is “Lastly, these data identified a number of unique organophilic bacteria that exhibited resilience to traditional disinfection modalities. … Continue reading

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RIP Richard Rainwater did that golf course kill you?

UPDATE March 1 2017:  Mr Rainwater’s money is the gift that just keeps on giving… toxic risks….as now  Bluestone (financed by Rainwater co) now owns the drill sites next to our drinking water source near Lake Arlington AND want to … Continue reading

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Rain Happens – Installed Drains Allowed at Toxic Arlington Urban Drilling Pad Sites

UPDATE Dec 5 2017: The triple threat to drinking water identified when Biocides, Chlorine, and Antibiotics FAIL  At our busiest intersection in Arlington, the corner of Collins and Division what connects our Entertainment District to to our Downtown area is … Continue reading

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