Waste Water Treatment – Aeration

Wastewater Treatment dates back to the early days of the Romans. The Roman towns and villages had stone trenches that collected wastewater from each home and channeled it to a nearby landfill. Each home had a sophisticated “flush toilet” system that enabled people to go to the bathroom in their own homes and have the wastewater drain out to the stone channels that took the wastewater to the landfill.waste water aeration

In some ways, the Roman system was actually better than modern wastewater treatment systems. Along the way to the landfill, effluent from Roman toilets would be exposed to the sun’s ultra violet light – thereby killing many of the harmful bacteria. What was left for the landfill was anaerobic bacteria that digested much of the waste that was covered by soil or fresh wastewater. More info about waste water aeration here

In 2010, America faces a bit of a problem as far as wastewater treatment. Traditional septic systems have never kept up with modern technology. Faecal matter is still drained into a tank and left to rot before it filters down into the ground – and eventually into your drinking water! The vast majority of septic systems now in place are nearing the end of their lifespan. Some have been in active production for nearly 70 years!

What is happening is that with population densification, people are putting increasing demands upon the earth to clean up their messes is especially true for wastewater treatment. In 1850, Wyatt Earp could visit the outhouse and the it wouldn’t end in “Billy the Kid’s” drinking water! That might seem like a silly analogy, but that is exactly what is happening today. People must learn to see the big picture. The water table knows no boundaries. The water table services an entire valley, not just one or two individual homes. So when you have 300 homes crowded into a valley, and everyone is on septic tanks, then you are literally drinking from each others septic tanks! How dumb is that?

Sadly, health departments pretty much everywhere, and the bureaucrats that run them, have not kept up with modern developments in waterwater treatment. They remind me of the bureaucrat that wanted to shut down the US Patent office in 1898 because he felt that everything that could be invented – had already been invented! We can only hope that his descendants are not still working in government agencies!

In reality, we have learned that there are a number of very effective and practical solutions that can be practiced in wastewater treatment. One of those includes a self-contained anaerobic biocycle chamber. This 500 gallon chamber operates independent of it’s environment and produces effluent that is virtually indistinguishable from clean clear drinking water! The effluent is higher in nitrogen than drinking water so it is apparently used for fertilizing plants, shrubs and flowers. Any nutrients that are not taken up by the plants are evaporated into the atmosphere so that they can rain down on other plants that need them.

These solutions are typical of new developments in septic system technology and wastewater treatment. Consumers are understandably very happy about not having to face those massive $40,000 septic field re-building costs. For a fraction of the cost consumers are now able to take a huge green step.

My research indicates, as well, that some of these companies will soon be able to offer power conversion systems for their wastewater treatment systems. Can you imagine the pleasure of being able to move “off-grid” in terms of both sewer service and power supply?waste water  treatment

The next decade will be a very interesting one as these and other technologies develop.

Nick Walsh is a professional researcher and information technology analyst with 30 years experience in alternative health care, strategic information technology, and entrepreneurial development. Nick maintains several blogs on alternative health care, anti-aging, green energy systems, technology, and internet marketing in general.

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Finding the right Dentist online

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Because Your Smile Matters

Well, depending on where you live it can be harder than most people think.
For example, when my family and I moved into our new home a few years ago finding a dentist wasn’t a top priority. However, a few days after settling in  I ended up with a cracked tooth.

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So before we were even half-way done emptying boxes it was time to find a dentist to handle this dental emergency. Finding a Dentist

So what did I do?

Well, the first thing I did was go online.

Unfortunately, because I don’t live in a large metro area there weren’t a whole lot of dentists to choose from. And many of them didn’t even have a website, so it was difficult finding out more about each one.

Sure, I could have called each office one by one, but who has the time?

My chief questions were:

insurance (did they accept mine?)

were they accepting new patients (you never know)?

a rough idea on the cost to repair my cracked tooth

how soon I could come to the office to get it checked out

Plus, I wasn’t sure if I needed a root canal (or not), and was hoping the answer would be “no.”

What’s worse, since I didn’t know anyone in the area whose opinion I could trust, I was sort of left on my own.

I ended up choosing a dentist down the road, primarily because he was close by. And what a nightmare that turned out to be.

Sure, he did a good job.

But I didn’t like the guy. He was a jerk, and of course I didn’t find that out until I sat in his chair. By then it was too late, since I needed a crown.dental treatment

So, the bottom line is this…

Do your research

Ask people you know

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Ask for a free initial exam to get a “feel” for your possible new dentist

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Soft Tissue Injuries – Accident Lawyers

Damage to muscles, tendons, and ligaments are what are considered to be “soft tissue injuries” or “soft tissue damages.” These types of injuries are often difficult to verify are less obvious. Injuries such as broken limbs, lacerations, amputations, internal injuries, burns, or disfigurement can be easily identified as they are obvious upon visual examination or can been seen with a simple x-ray. By contrast, soft tissues injuries are injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments that connect and support other structures in the body.personal injury law

Since these injuries usually cannot be objectively verified, they receive considerable scrutiny from insurance companies. For this reason, the medical treatment an injured person receives for soft tissue injuries is critical. A delay of even a few weeks between an accident and first treatment can be fatal to a personal injury case. Gaps in treatment, or missed appointment are also problematic. There is also the issue of over-treating, meaning getting entirely too much treatment relative to the amount of soft tissue injury that may have resulted from an accident. Insurance companies will hire biomechanical experts to say that a claimed injury was not medically or physically possible to have occurred. This is a tough hill to climb, and you need knowledgeable personal injuriy attorneys who know how outsmart and outwork the insurance companies, their lawyers, and their experts.

Symptoms of Soft Tissue Injuries

These types of injuries result in symptoms which can include headaches, nausea, pain, and stiff movements. These symptoms may not appear immediately, and can appear 1-3 days following an accident. Once the onset of these symptoms is noticed, you need to get proper treatment immediately. If you do not have health insurance, get a personal injury attorney retained and they can arrange lien treatment for you.

Settling Soft Tissue Claims

Getting soft tissue injury cases settled takes some skill in case preparation and negotiation. The first step, however, is for the injured person to get in front of the proper medical providers and to religiously attend the appointment and participate in the treatment. If the injured person does their part, the result will be a package of medical bills and records which fully document the initial injuries, the pain related to the injuries, and the progress of the treatment. A well-thought out theory of liability from a personal injury attorney combined with cooperative treatment reasonably related to the injury can make the claims and settlement process go much smoother than it otherwise would.accident injury law

The value of soft tissue injury claims varies greatly, and depends on the degree to which liability is assigned to the responsible person (read about comparative fault) and the amount of the liability insurance limits. Suffice it to say that Nevada law entitles the soft tissue injury victim to compensation for their medical bills, lost wages, and a reasonable sum for their pain and suffering.

The best thing you can do to maximize your recovery, is to hire an attorney who is organized, diligent, and ready to put in the work necessary to maximize your settlement.