Sunday, October 25, 2009

How To Use Hemp To Clean Water

With around 70% of the earth covered in water, it's time to rethink the claims of fear regarding this water shortage.  Those who speak of it are generally accurate, as in if we keep going the way we are, the crisis is already in process.  However hopeless the times seem, this is the promised age of great, positive change. Fired up, ready to go!

Water purification systems that transform ocean water into drinking water, built and powered with hemp, financed by a recreational grade hemp tax, are how to solve this problem. Instead we're told to be in fear as this simple solution remains illegal in the US. Los Angeles, Phoenix, New Orleans, Miami, Washington, New York, Boston and other cities can process ocean water into clean water efficiently, economically and abundantly from this quickly grown, easily renewable, wind pollinated weed.    A secondary benefit is to take the strain off of our river system so they can heal.  For example, the Colorado River seems to be dying feeding Las Vegas, Phoenix and Los Angeles' clean water needs. 

Are you tired of the tail wagging the dog yet?  It's as if the old 'city vs. country dweller', 'them vs. us', 'divide and conquer' battle lines are being drawn.

From an excellent article in AZCentral

Farms looked at as water resources vanish

"But if farmers go out of business, the crops they sold in Arizona would be imported from another state or country. As their water is claimed by new development, cities would lose the backup water source, which would become more important if droughts worsen as climate scientists predict.

In 2007 and 2008, a group of water managers, farm-industry representatives and university researchers traveled Arizona asking farmers about the future of agriculture. The farmers were clearly worried.
"They were concerned about having enough water for the future," said Chris Udall, executive director of the Agribusiness Council of Arizona, a group that works to protect farmers' water rights. "There are a lot of farmers who want to stay in business.""

Don't fall for the lie.  We are in this together and together we can fix this.  We are limited only by our imaginations, which are vast.

There is plenty of water on the planet. We just need to show it some hemped love to transform it into safe drinking water.  Though there will be extensive discussion on this subject in future blog entries, here's the short strokes on how hemp can help the world avert a water shortage.
  • Distill / desalinate or otherwise purify ocean water into clean water on ocean site or in the town/city.
  • Use Hempcrete (hemp cement - ) to build aqueducts from the ocean to the water purification plants.
  • Use locally grown (on government land when possible for further savings) hemp building materials to construct and stock the water plant and system, i.e hemp paper, fabrics, furnishings, etc.
  • Run the water plant on hemp energy including biofuel and biomass. 
  • Repair or rebuild sewage infrastructure with hemp materials including hemp plastic pipes. Seal all sewer tanks.  Take advantage of the upgrade further by replacing home pipes that are rusting with new hemp plastic pipes and fixtures.
  • Make air and water filters from hemp, both at the plant and at the end user/citizen point.
  • In addition to hemp medicine, a hemp empowered abundant water supply will also assist folks with health care by using what's called THE WATER CURE hydrotherapy.  
  • Finance the operation from the abundant funds from a 20% recreational grade (based on THC content) hemp tax.  
For more on how to use hemp to help us solve these and other problems, please visit the USA Hemp Museum, a private museum with a virtual wing.  There you will find the books in the HEMP FOR VICTORY series by the museum's founder and curator, Richard M. Davis.


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James Terrier said...

If hemp has shown to be effective in cleaning soil, I think it will be amazing for cleaning water. I would also prefer other water purification methods, such as distillation by evaporation. Continue reading on water purification here:

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We are now manufacturing the world's first hemp faucet filter. Replaces the standard faucet aerator and will actually clean itself (to an extent) as hot water is run through it.

Reduces everything from organics like bacteria and microbes to rust, lead, copper, chlorine, etc. Typical lifespan of 1-2 months similar to popular Brita and Pur pitcher and faucet filters.

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