Thursday, March 23, 2006
water day & the Great Lakes by Dave's Blog
Dave writes: Twenty liters of water is about what one person can carry. It is also the amount the World Water Council considers the minimum needed for daily human existence, including drinking, washing and cooking. So perhaps it's no coincidence that the largest containers allowed for use exporting water from Michigan are been fixed by law at 20 liters or 5.7 gallons, which is slightly bigger
Read water day & the Great Lakes with a link to the Free Press article.
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