Category Archives: The Arlington Experience by City Water Director of Utilities

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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Arlington TX Top 4 WORST Tap Drinking Water Score in US…by Calif safe-from-cancer-standards

Arlington (Frackland) TX got the top 4th worst tap water ranking in the US of the top 200 biggest cities (which represents the most number of people getting exposures). (22 out of top 25 worst) Arlington, TX Number of Contaminants: 9 Other … Continue reading

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Urban Drilling The Arlington Experience by City Water Director of Utilities

Update the “Arlington Experience” as a water director in an urban drilling town must not have been that great as his position is needing to now be filled and he said he is moving to a different position. Walter Pishkur … Continue reading

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