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Environmental pollution is an incurable disease. It can only be prevented.

Its Tuesday Have a great day,

When you demonstrate certainty and have the assurance in your abilities you are demonstrating confidence. Being confident in yourself allows you to try new things, to not be discouraged if it doesn't work the first time, to allow any failures to become lessons to move forward. The new mini Video’s will be on confidence, HOPE YOU ENJOY!

Dan and I are back to walking two miles and doing meditation. As we unwind from our trip to Mexico for Dan’s treatments. We also were getting IVs to boost our immune system to help ward off the corona virus and situations that may be due to flying on planes. I feel quite confident that this corona virus will not attack Dan or I.

You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I lived through this horror. I can take the next thing that comes along.' Eleanor Roosevelt

Continuing on today blogging about sewage issues. We can make a difference by following some steps to reduce sewage pollution.

If sewage water is treated before its release into rivers, most problems associated with pollution would be solved. Removal of contaminants is the main objective of treatment of sewage water. Before the actual treatment of water, effluents are pretreated.

The process of pre-treatment helps in the separation of oils, greases, gravel and sand from polluted water. This process is carried out by filtration of sewage water.

• Biological wastes dissolved in water are treated with microbes. It helps in converting wastes into a solid mass which can be easily separated later on.

• Once the biological treatment is over, partially-pure effluents are treated with chemical disinfectants. The water treated in treatment plants can be used in golf courses, for watering lawns and also in agriculture for irrigation.

• Sewage treatment plants generate clear and clean water. Some of the treatment plants dispose the wastes into oceans. This is one form of pollution and it should prove to be harmful for the environment.

Restoration of wetlands is one of the important means of treating sewage water.

Wetlands allow to process sewage water naturally, without the use of any artificial method/technique. The idea behind restoring wetlands is that bacteria present in them would dilute the nitrates and phosphates. The same process takes place in sewage water treatment plants except that, here (in wetlands) it is carried out naturally.

The idea is to return these sites to the status they were before they were polluted.

That's what a cleanup is.

Sewage water treatment is useful in today’s world where environmental issues are of prime concern. Through the process of treatment, efforts need to be taken to purify effluents. It should benefit not only human beings but also the varied flora and fauna of our planet.

How can we reduce sewage pollution, first do not dump sewage around or in rivers? One of the leading causes of water pollution is dumping trash into freshwater sources. Avoiding to do this will help you ensure that water sources will not become contaminated. Irrespective of what you might dump into the water, think about the fact that you will be introducing a new substance into the water supply. The waste you dump starts it on a fast path toward full contamination. If you want safe drinking water, then you should maintain clean water sources.

Second, clean up rivers! If you live near a river that has a lot of trash in it, you should get more involved in your community and clean the water. Organize trash-collection from water sources. If you see garbage on the banks of rivers, pick it up and encourage other people from your community to do the same.

Third, maintain and clean septic systems. Even if this may not entirely depend on your decision, it surely depends on your community or city. However, if you feel like you live in a septic system, make sure you at least do your part, trying to keep the environment as clean as possible. Septic systems might leak, and human waste may contaminate groundwater sources. In time, this can also pollute freshwater sources.

Fourth, follow water regulations and laws. The water regulations and laws were given by your municipality, tend to protect water supplies. If you break these rules, the water sources in your area are at great risk. Dumping garbage or sewage into the water is an illegal activity, meaning that you break the rules.

Keep the laws and regulations in mind, making sure you protect water sources.

Fifth, talk to your city about water supplies. You should address your county or your city regarding how they protect and manage water supplies. Even if you are not in charge of the way water is treated for contaminants, you can always find out. Your municipality should make available water quality reports to the public.


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Furthermore, you could also ask about what pollutants and contaminants your water supply is treated for.

Sixth, dispose of chemicals appropriately. When you need to dispose of pesticides or other household chemicals, make sure you do it in an appropriate way.

You should not pour them down the sink or in your toilet. All these drains will eventually lead to water sources. In case they carry chemicals and other contaminants, they will surely enter the water supply. This will turn to be a vicious cycle because the chemicals will reach drinking water sources.

Seventh, do not bury animals in the backyard. Even if your beloved pet passed away, make a smart choice and do not bury it in the backyard. This can have more harmful consequences than you have ever thought of for you and your entire family. However, if you really want to bury your pet there, you should use an environmentally-friendly box to put it in. In this way, you will make sure that bacteria will not escape into the soil and reach your groundwater.

To learn how to handle the body of a deceased pet, you should contact animal control.

Eighth, do not dispose of cooking oils and fats. You should avoid pouring down the sink cooking oils and fats. Besides the fact that it can clog your sink, it can also cause illnesses when spread in the local water supply. Usually, this represents a great problem when it comes groundwater contamination in yards. If such toxic substances get stuck in pipes, they can leach into the surrounding soil.

Hence, they can attract bacteria almost immediately, spreading the disease in water sources.

Ninth, Set up a composting pile. Usually, many houses feature garbage disposals.

Nevertheless, they are known to fuel a buildup of bacteria in groundwater. In residential areas, this can become a big problem. However, you could at least try to do your part and prevent sewage pollution from happening. Use a composting pile to throw your solid waste. In this way, you would recycle this waste, avoiding to damage the environment.

The important thing to understand is that the case for pollution control isn't based on some kind of aesthetic distaste for industrial society. Pollution does real, measurable damage, especially to human health.

Are you ready for Sherry’s STUFFED EGGPLANT 🍆!

INGREDIENTS FOR TWO: a whole eggplant, tomato sauce, crushed fire roasted tomatoes, olive oil, celery, onion, mushrooms, peppers and spices.


1. Cut eggplant in half and carve the insides out. Place the insides in a bowl.

2. Pre-heat the oven and place the shells of the eggplant in an oven pan.

3. Cook until soft.

4. While the eggplant shells are in the oven, add some olive oil in a pan and then put the celery, onion, mushrooms, peppers and spices also in the pan. Also add the insides of the eggplant with the mix.

5. Sauté until soft.

6. Next, add in the crushed fire roasted tomatoes and tomato sauce.

7. Let cook.

8. Take the cooked shells of the eggplant and add the sauce mix into it

9. Add spices to the top and then place back into the oven until the top turns golden brown.

Bon Appetite, ready to take out of oven and place on dish – enjoy.

Until tomorrow, let’s pledge to keep our environment clean and the harmful effects of sewage pollution at bay.

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