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Temporary Change of Drinking Water Disinfectant

On October 1st, 2018, Rockett SUD will be changing the disinfectant that we use from chloramines to free chlorine. Click Here to read more. 

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Temporary Change of Drinking Water Disinfectant

August 30, 2018

On October 1st, 2018, Rockett SUD will be changing the disinfectant that we use from chloramines to free chlorine. This change is intended to benefit our customers by reducing the levels of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) in the system, while still providing protection from waterborne disease. On or about October 31, 2018, the plant will return to its normal chloramines disinfectant process.

However, the change to free chlorine and back to chloramines can cause problems to persons dependent on dialysis machines. Consequently, patients should notify their doctors of water disinfectant changes. Medical facilities should also determine if additional precautions are required for other...

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Plastic, plastic, everywhere

Plastic, plastic, everywhere

September 01, 2018

The production of plastic has grown 8 percent a year for decades, much more than any other manufactured material, because plastic is just so useful. We use it for packaging (43%) and construction (20%); we have plastic in our clothes, our cars, our computers.

Plastic really is everywhere.

“Roland Geyer, an industrial ecologist at the University of California, Santa Barbara, says no one had tallied how much plastic people have manufactured since its invention. When he did it, he was shocked at what he found. 'Eight point three billion metric tons of plastics produced so far. That's just really a staggering amount.' He did some calculations to understand that number. 'And it turned out that it can cover an area the size of Argentina,' he says, 'which is the eighth-largest country in the world.' 

'Ankle deep.'"NPR

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