SDWF Editorials

Experts will write editorials in order to educate engineers, health officials, politicians and the general public about drinking water quality issues and solutions. Please send any comments or questions you have regarding these articles to Nicole Hancock at info@safewater.org. These experts would like to hear from you and begin a conversation.

Students Taking Action
Nicole Hancock
Published January 12, 2015

Plastic water bottles strung across cafeteria at Horton High School

Plastic water bottles strung across cafeteria at Horton High School

Hydraulic Fracturing
Danielle Coore, Shea Caughlin, and Andrea Olive
Published August 27, 2014

Safe Drinking Water Foundation Educational Programs: Purpose and Results
Nicole Hancock
Published January 6, 2014

First Nations and Source Water Protection
Dr. Robert Patrick
Published June 18, 2013

Biological Water Treatment is the Solution
Dr. Hans Peterson
Published April 18, 2013

Biologically treated (left) and untreated (right) Yellow Quill groundwater

Biologically treated (left) and untreated (right) Yellow Quill groundwater

Poor Quality Raw Waters Need More than Chemical Treatment
Dr. Hans Peterson
Published December 21, 2012

A cut up RO membrane showing uniform layers of manganese oxidizing bacteria

A cut up RO membrane showing uniform layers of manganese oxidizing bacteria

Les eaux brutes de pauvre qualité ont besoin plus que traitement chimique
Dr. Hans Peterson
Publié le 21 décembre 2012

La source d'eau brute de Yellow Quill (à gauce) et l'eau brute de Saskatoon recueillis le même jour

La source d'eau brute de Yellow Quill (à gauce) et l'eau brute de Saskatoon recueillis le même jour

My Road Back
Dr. Hans Peterson
Published October 1, 2012

Content of Dissolved Organic Material in Saddle Lake Water

Mon chemin de retour
Dr. Hans Peterson
Publié le 1 octobre 2012

Le contenu de carbone organique dissous en l’eau de Saddle Lake est autant que pendant les journées venteuses l’eau devient littéralement comme crème fouettée. Je n’ai jamais vu ceci de la magnitude on voit à Saddle Lake.

Le contenu de carbone organique dissous en l’eau de Saddle Lake est autant que pendant les journées venteuses l’eau devient littéralement comme crème fouettée. Je n’ai jamais vu ceci de la magnitude on voit à Saddle Lake.