I keep posting this idea, get no replies. Can NEPH filters find application in removing lead from the water of Flint, Michigan? I had assumed that the lead was dissolved in the water, but according to a report tonight on CBS News it is particulate -- their animation showed lead scaling off of the interior of the water pipes -- bits and pieces of lead.
Now, maybe CBS is mistaken about that, or maybe the lead does both things, scales and dissolves. But if it's not a matter of a fully dissolved contaminate, it would seem that a NEPH filter at the household input might make the water potable at the faucets. If so, that would be a major coup for everyone concerned.
Yup. All those drug ads on every night on every channel of evening news are there for good reason. The punch line is always the push-message: "Tell your doctor..." or "Ask your doctor..."
Thoughts? Seems inflationary, as it appears to be just one thought.
If you are counting five thoughts, one for each cent, then it's hyper-inflationary.
I think you know something, but you don't know what it is.
Three letters: CYA
How often does any agency, anywhere, suffer for showing "an abundance of caution"?