By Barbara Lockwood
I live near Melbourne Vic Australia, on the Mornington Peninsula. Along with every other thinking person, the lack of water is of concern to me and I practice water conservation in my own lifestyle.
A friend recently alerted me to the Melbourne Water webpage http://www.melbournewater.com.au and told me to check out the recycled water section. After reading it I have to say that I agree that this is needed and in theory have no problems with the practice.
I do have a few questions and these are:
- How much of the pesticides are removed?
- How much of the drugs that are passed through people are still in the water?
It seems to me that if this water is used for parks and gardens it may be safe but what of the market gardens?
There is such an increase of ill health and even people who eat the “right diet” are becoming ill.
It appears that the more sensitive one is to pollutants the more sensible one becomes in ones approach to health. (In some cases; there are people who still prefer drugs to treat nutritional deficiencies)
These people, whose immune systems have been compromised by one or a combination of the practices common in our drug ruled society, these people then, who turn to fresh foods as their healing method are still as much in danger as the healthier types who eat and drink from the public feeding trough (fats food etc)
The person who is sensitive to drugs and chemicals and chooses to eat mainly fruits and vegetable may still be exposed to the same dangers as the rest of the population because if the recycled water is contaminated with traces of drugs and chemicals then would it not be taken up by the plants, who are not able to distinguish a chemical from an organic substance. This is how our crops are being poisoned in massive market gardens by the use of chemical fertilizers. Is it possible that we will now get a double dose of a toxic cocktail? Or are we receiving this already.
Here is a section from the Melbourne water website:
“How can recycled water be used?
Recycled water can be used for just about anything, as long as it has been treated to the right level. The right level of treatment would depend on how the water will be used. For example, will recycled water be used to water fruit orchards, parks and gardens? Or, will it be used to cool power stations?
The most common uses for recycled water include:
- Irrigating farms and market gardens
- watering parks, gardens, golf courses
- industrial processes in factories
- toilet flushing
- washing and cooling in power stations and mills.
Other possible uses include:
- fire fighting
- council sport grounds and new housing estates
- topping up wetlands and maintaining river flow
It is now also possible to produce safe drinking water from sewage. In several countries sewage is recycled to drinking water (potable) quality (e.g. Orange County, California, USA and Singapore). This does not occur in Australia. However, some local councils with severe water shortages are considering this option.”
The right level here seems to be the operative word!
The lack of water here in Melbourne may make the last paragraph a reality. Unless a cast iron guarantee is given that all drug residues is removed from the recycled water it is not an option that inspires me with confidence. There are far too many “human factors” involved and the thought of recycled sewage in the hands of someone who has had a bad night’s sleep or is not 100% on the job in charge of my drinking water is not a prospect I look forward to.
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The author of this article is Barbara Lockwood, a Bowen Therapies Practitioner and Holistic and Nutritional Supplements Advocate. Barbara has helped herself to escape the unpleasant prognosis of a wheel chair bound life to enjoy vibrant health end energy and likes helping others to have better health. To find out more regarding the Activated Liquid Zeolite call 0402 204942 or got to www.barbshealthshop.com Email: Zeolitequeen@optusnet.com.au