Friday, April 8, 2011
The current issue of "Atlanta INtown" features a few articles on Atlanta's drinking water. The articles are worth glancing through, but don't really say anything new. If you can't pick up a hard copy, you can find it online at www.AtlantaINtownPaper.com
On another note, a friend forwarded this article to me this week:
Is anyone familiar with this technology? I'd like to know more about it. It seems a system like this could work well in a humid, water-strapped Georgia as a last resort, especially since desalination is not an option here like it is on coastal California. The water produced is on the expensive side, not to mention buying the apparatus in the first place. How can you monitor safety/water quality? What would be the environmental impact of using these on a large scale?
Though the article is from a few years back, Watermills are supposed to be available to the public this year. Yet for now, I'm sticking to tap water.