Sunday, May 11, 2008

Start rainy season, come water drop down.
Followed day people were not working water of the dam/tank building. Water flow down, water go to land, grass, river, sea hence Unclean water. Get not drink water.
Do not dirty, dust, toilet …
Unclean dirty water change clean water but people are working more / late hour of the dam/tank.
Unclean water drink unfit body....
Newsletter remember , water drop down people are working grasp water in the dam/tank building, keep clean water, dam/tank building top level cement close, bottom level keep water, down level clean cement and water supply to city, in the house tap build clothes, open tap water

clean drink water. One tap drink water, second tap wash water.

How do you select a professional Houston water damage company?
There are several factors that you should consider when you choose a water damage team in Houston to address the water damage needs in your home.
* Timeliness: You will want to choose a water damage restoration team that is available to you when you need them. Most water damage repair companies are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
* Prompt Action: When water damage occurs, the results can be devastating if left unchecked. Acting quickly and decisively is very important in order to minimize the negative effects of water damage in your home. Mold and mildew can develop in a period of less than 48 hours if left unchecked.
* Certifications: Professional water damage repair teams have certifications and follow procedures and safety standards.
* Powerful Equipment: Water damage Houston repair teams come prepared with fast blowers and other powerful equipment that is best equipped to handle your water damage repair and
restoration needs.
* Water Extraction: Professional water damage repair teams also focus upon extracting out all excess water from the home thoroughly. Dry homes will not have any mold. It is essential that all excess water be expunged from the home in order to prevent the buildup of bacterial mold and mildew.
* Cleaning Carpets and Upholstery: During the water extraction process, carpeting and upholstery should also be cleaned. Some companies such as Kiwi Carpet Cleaning offer these services in addition to their water damage extraction services as part of their comprehensive water damage repair services. Check with the company that you choose that they will both properly clean and sanitize all upholstery and carpeting that may have become wet, soiled, or dirty during flooding or heavy water damage.
* Clean Up Damage: Professional water damage Houston repair companies also clean up damage from pipe bursts, sink and tub overflow, sewer disinfection, hot water heater damage, and offer round-the-clock water extraction services.
* Focus on Drying: Professional water damage restoration teams always focus on drying out the walls and contents of your home to prevent the growth of bacterial mold and mildew and to maintain the structural integrity of your home.
* Air Ducts & Wood Floors: As part of a comprehensive water damage residential service package, professional water damage companies also offer to clean out the air ducts in your home and clean wood floors. Wood floors can get soiled, stained, accumulate dust and debris, and even begin to warp from heavy water over time. Addressing these problems immediately will prevent long-term damage to beautiful wood floors. Air ducts also may become clogged up from water, and dirt that has traveled during flooding from different parts of the house. Cleaning out the air ducts will ensure good air quality again in your home.
* As Best As Possible Conditions: Water damage teams that are doing their work well will try their best to leave your home in as close to an original state as possible, prior to water damage. This means that your home after treatment, should no longer be hazardous or unsanitary and that all excess water has been removed, the interior of the home dried and sanitized, all the contents of the home restored, air ducts and wood floors cleaned, and the structural integrity of the home maintained.

We all know the importance of drinking water; although I’m pretty sure that a vast majority of us fall short of the recommended 8 glasses a day. It’s good for everything from digestion and weight loss to maintaining your skin’s elasticity, allowing you to hold on to your youthful good looks. Many people believe that bottled or mineral water is better for you than tap water, and if you‘re in India or Mexico, that may be true. But the tap water in most industrialised countries is actually safer and better for your health than anything that comes out of a bottle.
In developed countries, water boards are subject to stringent regulations and frequent testing to ensure that their water meets uncompromising and exacting safety standards. In South Africa, Rand Water (which supplies five of the country’s nine provinces) produces water that meets guidelines established by the World Health Organisation, and compares favourably with Canada, who are recognised leaders in water quality management.
Most of the water that Rand Water uses comes from an unpolluted source high in the Vaal River catchment area. Because it’s naturally clean and pure, it doesn’t need to be treated. The only thing that they have to do is regulate the mineral content to ensure that it stays in line with international standards.
Bottled water, on the other hand, often contains too many added minerals to be considered safe. But this doesn’t really matter because according to, up to 40% of bottled water is tap water anyway, despite what some unscrupulous advertisers state on the label.
Moral ambiguity and mineral content aside, there are other reasons to dodge the bottle and turn on the tap. It takes massive amounts of energy, not to mention toxic chemicals, to produce the plastic bottles used. Despite calls to recycle, only a dedicated few actually do, and the rest clog up landfills and rubbish dumps, which causes major damage to the environment. In many cases bottled water companies use the same underground water sources that small municipalities rely on, disrupting the water supply and in some cases unintentionally contaminating it.
Then there is the expense. Buying bottled water is far more expensive than the water you can get out of your tap. Some people maintain that no matter how clean their tap water is, it tastes funny. They maintain that bottled water tastes better, but in many tests carried out across the world, most people can’t tell the difference between bottled and tap water. If you’re really unhappy about the way your water tastes, you can always filter it. Point-of-use filters can be attached to faucets to reliably remove the bad taste from your mouth.
No matter which way you look at it, drinking tap water makes more sense than buying your water in bottles. What are you waiting for, open a tap today, just make sure that you close it afterwards.

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