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    Global Health Resource Allocation The water supply, personal and community hygiene, and sanitation factors are vital components that determine the overall health status of individual countries. These three elements have the ability to affect the worldwide disease burden by 9.1% and universal morbidity rates by 6.3%. According to the World Health Organization and UNICEF, Nigeria is an underdeveloped country that has one of the highest population and poverty levels in Africa. The poor hygiene,…

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    As well as creating a better future for the community. To do this the community needs to focus on building their businesses, recreational water activities, strategic placement of retention ponds, and creating a system for carpooling. By focusing on these four points the property owners will be able to grow their economy, water supply, grow their food supply, and cut down on greenhouse gas emissions. Property owners will need to build more businesses that will attract more tourists. These…

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    like boating, jet skiing, swimming and fishing. Lake Travis is popularly known as the largest of seven reservoirs in the area which is known as Highland Lakes. The second largest is Buchanan. These two reservoirs are both designed to store and supply water for industrial use, household use,…

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    Opp Pesticides Essay

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    bore water, as well as in the MC supply water. A total of seven pesticides were detected in these water samples, but ethion was not among those detected in the samples. Among the different groups of pesticides, OP pesticides were present in the range of 0.002–0.768gL−1 with maximum concentrations for triazofos (0.768gL−1) and metribuzin (2.51gL−1) in their respective groups (Table 6). Almost 100% of the samples showed the presence of triazofos and monocrotofos, while only 64% of the water was…

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    Lead Poisoning Essay

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    Why should we care? Lead, it surrounds and penetrates, it binds in water pipes and the walls of homes. With lead having been outlawed for several years now it still seems to be a real big problem in America. despite being aware of the problem many Americans and lawmakers seemed to have simply ignore the problem and pretend it wasn’t there. It wasn’t until early 2016 that the public took interest when the water in Flint, Michigan was laced with lead and soon there were reports of…

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    Damon’s water charity are simple ideas but are more difficult to accomplish. The goals of the charity are to help provide the hundreds of thousands of people with clean water. Accomplishing such a task will allow people to be able to get out of poverty, which would help save lives and help the people to be able to have a brighter future pursuing the life they want to have. Not only that but it also gives woman more time in the day to accomplish things instead of out scavenging to collect water,…

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    Arid Water Resources

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    Introduction Water is one of the most crucial elements in industry, farming, agriculture and everyday life making life on earth impossible without it. However, there are some regions that this important resource is limited or polluted and are known as arid regions. Certain places are located in all the world and coincide with poor countries such as Latin America, Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, accounting for 18% of the total. Over the years, these areas have been affected by water shortages…

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    Chicago Flood Essay

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    Freeman Wachholder Mrs. Scarbrough/Mr. Hunter Social Studies/Language Arts 16 December 2016 The Chicago Flood of 1992 April thirteenth, 1992. Busy, just like any other day in the Loop. But a series of highly unlikely mishaps would cause billions in damage that day. The events can be traced all the way back to 1899, when the Illinois Telephone and Telegraph company had permission to build tunnels for cables from city hall, but instead built seven-foot-wide railroad tunnels. These tunnels were…

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    and grey water from the toilet, wash basins etc. Treated effluent was discharged to an existing public sewer and the accumulated sludge was removed once a year and used as fertilizer. The biogas was piped to a nearby café where it was used for cooking. A water trap chamber was installed next to the biogas plant, in order to collect condensed water in the pipe (Rieck and Onyango, 2010). Compared to Africa and other continents of the world, Europe has plenty of water resources and water has long…

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    The extent of Africa’s water crisis is severe. 358 million people do not have access to water in Africa. Actions are taking place to prevent any larger problems with Africa’s lack of water and hopefully to end the drinking of unsanitized and contaminated water. One solution is desalination, which is the removal of salts/minerals from the ocean water to create purified and drinkable water. The first criteria of this solution is that the existence of the water crisis would no longer be present.…

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