Recycled water to be on tap after plan approved by Barnett Government

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posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 08:55 AM
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Waste water can be made 100% pure, through processes often involving plants, and filters, without the use of chemicals. But thats not what they do. What they do is not fit to drink. Water should be set up like in earthship homes, to be clean to drink and use out of sinks, and baths, for the pours of our skin are oral, and then get recycled for use for laundry and toilets, and recycled again to use for watering grounds. By recycling, I mean in a very clean advanced biological system that actually purifies it of all waste, bacteria and soaps/chemicals.

The problem is, that is NOT what they will do. They don't do things the right way.

And another thing, why do we pour our sewage into clean waters, treated or untreated?

It is methane, and can power our vehicles, even heat our homes.
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posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 08:59 AM
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Well sad thing to hear that, more poisoning chemicals to be shove into everybody drinking water supplies and then call it "recycle".

Anybody here that think this is a great idea I guess the big pharma drug manufactures will be thanking you for supporting their agenda of having everybody Dependant on drugs due to humans been poisoned by our modern environment because "human consumption of resources" and now "by more poisoning on something that we humans can not live without" our water supplies.

We already have poisoning on the tap water as it is, so let add now more with dirty "chemical treated water".

What a joke.
Control the water supplies and then start poisoning the people with it



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 09:09 AM
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Sadly this is probably a money making scam for some big corporate rat that is going to profit greatly for taking over the clean water supplies and turned into dirty ones, people will running to the stores to buy bottle water.

I guess clean water in Australia will become very expensive once the dirty water is force to the public.

money, money, money.



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 09:14 AM
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This should be a huge alert to people and getting alot more flags than it is. Makes me really wonder about this site.



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 04:19 PM
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This is a non-issue if you ask me .. The water gets treated and as has been pointed out, it's not an un-common practice in the world... Water that comes from natural sources often contains urine and feces from all your lovable creatures in nature as it is already .. plus god knows what else.. That water is also treated before it gets to you.

Water treatment is pretty advanced.. It's also something that has to be looked at seriously as an alternative because we already know that water supply is increasingly becoming a problem for the world.. recycling it is something that's going to have to happen, if not now.. not far in the future.
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posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
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And another thing, why do we pour our sewage into clean waters, treated or untreated?

It is methane, and can power our vehicles, even heat our homes.
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It's not just methane, it's methane in part.. it's still largely water in content and treating it involves separating the water from the rest. They aren't dumping raw sewage into the water supply, they are treating it, purifying it and then taking the end product and injecting that back into the water supply, the end product has had the water extracted from the sewage and then purified.

Again, this is not new and many industrialized countries do it.
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posted on Mar, 19 2013 @ 01:30 AM
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Namibia, the most arid country in southern Africa, has been drinking recycled water since 1969. The water reclamation plants produce 35% of the water for Windhoek, the capital city. To date, there have been no negative health impacts connected with the consumption of recycled water.





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