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Virtual Water: Motion Graphics

Virtual Water: Motion Graphics | water clean | Scoop.it

Most of the water we use - 92 % of it - is used in food production. Most of this water is managed by the world’s farmers. With the help of science and technology they have performed greater and greater miracles in improving water productivity – in getting more crops per drop.

The good news is that each one of us can also make the world a little more water secure, ready to face the needs of our peak population future.

The answer lies in our shopping baskets...


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How Much Is the Internet's Electric Bill? [INFOGRAPHIC]

How Much Is the Internet's Electric Bill? [INFOGRAPHIC] | water clean | Scoop.it
The data centers that keep the Internet running require an incredible amount of electricity every year ... and they waste most of it.

 

While surfing the web, you’re probably more concerned with the charge left on your laptop’s battery. But how much power does it require to keep the Internet itself running?

Powering worldwide data centers for major web companies like Google and Amazon is a huge undertaking. Between the servers and their cooling systems, 'data barns' consume 30 billion watts annually, about 1.5% of global electricity. And at the rate the Internet is growing and adding users, expect that to rise significantly in the next several years.

 

Are these centers being run efficiently? What toll does it take on the environment just to make sure your Facebook status (and a billion other Facebook users’) reaches the masses?

Learn more in this infographic via Mashable...


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Particle Removal Filtration.

Particle Removal Filtration. | water clean | Scoop.it

I care enough, to promote the Pioneers of water cleaning.

 

For example;Due to the structural changes of biological bodies,in a closed water system,and while under pressure,ideal filtration becomes a statistical probability. With the developement of multiple layer technology together with tangential backwash,this results into high filtration efficiency.

In essence,these types of developements were born out of innovation(necessity is the mother of invention!)and with testing,we now offer sustainable water quality,to where you use it.

From raw water filtration to the greening of a desert;From successful food production to solutions in the process manufacturing industries.

Today, these varied solutions of Water Clean Filtration,are found worldwide and in many diverse applications.(filtration of ship Ballast water,for example)

 

"Lest they be forgot".

Sharing is Water Caring.

 

 

 

 

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Water: Global facts + statistics [infographic]

Water: Global facts + statistics [infographic] | water clean | Scoop.it

Ever notice how we ask for “just water” at a restaurant? Like the source of all life is somehow inferior to soda or a glass of wine (both of which are mostly water)? A new infographic gives you just about every fact you need to know about water… including the ways we’re wasting it.

Take a look, and stop by the original article to share any other facts about water you wished more people knew. 


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Living portrait of a storm – a live data visualization of Sandy

Living portrait of a storm – a live data visualization of Sandy | water clean | Scoop.it

Sitting in London, our thoughts are with all those suffering the devastating effects of Storm Sandy in the US and elsewhere.

For those anxious to track its chaos, this fascinating live data visualisation created by Fernanda Vegas and Martin Wattenberg on HINT.FM represents the destructive force of nature in all its complexity. The Wind Map was created as a “living portrait of the wind currents over the U.S,” which artfully reflects the weather patterns and their emotional impact on our lives.

 

To find out more about the impact of Storm Sandy visit The New York Times microsite which assesses the damage with data visualisations alongside images of the impact taken at the worst-hit areas...


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