Floridians Still Dealing with Toxic Algae


Similer Toxic Algae was found in Northern California.

Apparently, clean drinking water is not as readily available as many assume. You know, we regularly receive orders and phone calls from Florida residents because their water is less than desirable. The image to the left is an example of toxic algae that was found in the water at the Iron Gate Reservoir, about 5 miles south of the Oregon-California border.

If you get a chance, please read the article posted today an attorney at Earthjustice. The original article can be found here: Nauseating Toxica Algae Outbreak a Grim Reminder.

It might surprise many Americans to know that even within our great nation clean water is not enjoyed by all, even within established cities and towns. It is very, very disappointing. It is readily assumed that all the taxes that we pay would naturally support infrastructure to secure WATER!

So, aside from the fact that a Berkey System would come in handy here, we all have a vested interest to be informed of our local water supplies and the quality of the water they produce for our consumption. I am not suggesting that you need to become a regular at town/city hall meetings, but what would it hurt to get involved?

Seriously, one of the biggest motivating factors to change comes from us: regular tax-paying citizens who won't accept sub-par performance from elected officials and public service providers. Our political persuasions do not matter. Our views on the 2nd amendment don't come into play when we-as communities-collaborate to ensure we have clean, readily-accessible water from our water utilities.


Please do your part. For yourself. For the Future.

-The Berkey Guy

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One Response to Floridians Still Dealing with Toxic Algae

  1. BadVooDooDaddy June 20, 2011 at 4:50 am #

    I find it disconcerting that there is so much crud int our public water systems. I am very glad that I have my Big Berkey. I use it all the time and it works great.

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