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Arctic Blue Waters Blog is on "Water Where did it come from?"

Date: 7/02/2014

There seems to be a lot of debate and undecidedness on how water actually became to exist, so the team at Arctic Blue Waters thought we would do some research into this and see what answers to this we could discover. The most popular theory and scientists do not know for sure, is after the Earth was formed, millions of asteroids and comets, saturated in water crashed into the planet,...

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Arctic Blue Waters Blog on The Benefits of Drinking water that you may not have known

Date: 29/01/2014

The benefits of drinking water is always being much talked about in the media and all those exercise DVD’s. The reason behind drinking plenty of water is that it helps keep you hydrated, which is important as your body needs it in order to absorb nutrients and expel waste products. Here are some other reasons and benefits to drinking water on a daily basis. 1) Drinking Water Keeps...

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Drinking Water - UAE

Date: 16/01/2014

The Gulf News reported in August 2013 “Drinking Water in UAE comes under scanner”. Report states that without quality mark no water bottles will be allowed to be sold in the UAE market from March 2014. Dubai: All packaged drinking water sold in the UAE will have to have a quality mark issued by the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (Esma) by the end of the...

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Water Resources in Mexico

Date: 18/12/2013

The Wikipedia (free Encyclopedia) reports: Mexico has a total population of about 116,220,947 (July 2013 estimate), making it the eleventh most populous country in the world. Water resources management is a significant challenge for Mexico. Furthermore, water management is imposing a heavy cost to the economy. The arid northwest and central regions contain 77% ofMexico’s...

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Water Supply and Sanitation in India

Date: 11/12/2013

The Wikipedia (free Encyclopedia) reports: Drinking water supply and sanitation in India continue to be inadequate, despite longstanding efforts by the various levels of government and communities at improving coverage. The level of investment in water and sanitation, albeit low by international standards, has increased during the 2000s. Access has also increased significantly. For...

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