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You either use a water filter or your body is one

June 2018


A word from Richard

Hello everyone.

Woohhhooo we’re hitting the grown wet and windy for a stormy start to Winter. We sure do need the rain.

Here we come to another End of Financial Year and yes water coolers for offices are a great tax deduction so don’t miss out. We have been enjoying steady steady conditions in the business front and it satisfying to be continually growing. Hope things out there are picking up for you all and we continue to Support Local.

On my home front one of the Tunnel Borer’s has popped through below the Internal Airport. It’s amazing isn’t it? The Local Structure Plan is pushing for completion by November so things are getting closer for the developers. I love watching the progress of all the projects being done don’t you.

I hope you all enjoyed a restful and eventful long weekend. I took the opportunity to nip down to Busselton where I grew up, and stayed at Mum’s place. Always love the good ol home cooked Mum’s dinner. The population of Busselton when I was a kid was around 8,000 and now even as a City it’s still just as beautiful and peaceful to go home to. Even a beer or so with ol school mates.

Well busy as we all get back to a short week so here’s Cheers Cheers to you all. Keep hydrated and remember; "You either use a water filter or your body is one!"

Richard Scholes


West Coast Water Filter Man

Sensors applied to plant leaves warn of water shortage.

Forgot to water that plant on your desk again? It may soon be able to send out an SOS.

MIT engineers have created sensors that can be printed onto plant leaves and reveal when the plants are experiencing a water shortage. This kind of technology could not only save neglected houseplants but, more importantly, give farmers an early warning when their crops are in danger, says Michael Strano, the Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT and the senior author of the new study.

"This appears to be the earliest indicator of drought that we have for agricultural applications," Strano says. "It's hard to get this information any other way. You can put sensors into the soil, or you can do satellite imaging and mapping, but you never really know what a particular plant is detecting as the water potential."

Strano has already begun working with a large agricultural producer to develop these sensors for use on crops, and he believes that the technology could also be useful to gardeners and urban farmers. It may also help researchers develop new ways to engineer drought-resistant plants, he says.

This article can be found at ScienceDaily

Water facts

Water Found Deep Inside the Moon

There's even more water on the moon than we previously thought, according to new analysis of tiny glass beads left over from ancient volcanic eruptions.

The naturally occurring beads were collected in the 1970s as part of the Apollo 15 and 17 missions, which landed near zones of volcanic activity. The beads formed when magma bursting onto the surface crystallized in such a way that water became trapped inside.

In a new study published in Nature Geoscience, scientists reexamined the Apollo samples and used more recent satellite data to look for signs of water-bearing beads elsewhere on the moon. They found that the volcanic deposits are indeed widespread, which suggests that the material inside the moon is wetter than previously thought.

The fact that they see this feature associated with the glasses tells us that there was indeed quite a bit of water in the interior of the moon when these volcanic eruptions were occurring,” says Anthony Colaprete, a NASA scientist who reviewed the paper.

Scientists used to think the entire moon was bone-dry. But in 2008, researchers examined those glass beads from the Apollo samples and found the first known trace amounts of water.

From that point on, lunar water discoveries started gushing. In 2009, NASA crashed a rocket and a satellite into a crater on the moon’s south pole, in the hopes of picking up additional watery evidence. The crashes gave off signatures associated with water ice and hydroxyl—a highly reactive molecule associated with water.

And in 2010, scientists looked closer at other collected moon rocks and found more signatures of water in a mineral called apatite. That’s when geologists began suspecting that the moon holds hidden reservoirs locked in its rocks. If you were to take all of the water in the moon’s interior, it would create a one-yard-deep ocean covering the entire surface, geologist Francis McCubbin estimated at the time.

Health Tip

8 Key Benefits of Drinking Water on an Empty Stomach.

4. Alleviates Heartburn and Indigestion.

Indigestion is caused by increased acidity in the stomach. You suffer from heartburn when the acid refluxes into your oesophagus.

When you drink water on an empty stomach, these acid are pushed down and get diluted, solving the problem.

Also, this provides a head start for your stomach for the upcoming breakfast.

Next Issue :- 5. Improves Complexion and Skin Radiance.

Community support

The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal

The Bikers Charity Ride are " doing it for the kids" in the annual Perth Teddy bears' big day out; which raises funds for The Salvation Army's Christmas Appeal. Richard loves this yearly ride on his Harley laden with teddy bears. www.salivation.org.au

SIDS and Kids

SIDS and Kids relies almost totally on the support of the community. www.sidsandkids.org

Anglicare WA

Anglicare WA is a not for profit community services agency. They provide 57 services from 35 locations across the state. The West Coast Water Filter Man is proud to help and sponsor the Anglicare Knit in Day. www.anglicarewa.org.au


The West Coast Water Filter Man helps the people that helps the community. www.lifelinewa.org.au

Community First - Meals on Wheels

We provide support so you can Live Life Better. Once you choose Community First as your support partner you become part of us, part of our community and we put you first. http://www.cfi.net.au/

Richard's networking groups

Customer testimonial

Gold Miracle Cleaning

I just wanted to say Thank you to Richard Scholes.

It took one simple phone call and he came himself to remove our water cooler and refit it to our new home.

Great job mate well done good old fashion service with a smile can’t go past West Coast Water Filter Man if you need filtered water.

Adnan Sulejman

A closing thought

The Power of Positive Thinking

“When you plant a seed of love, it is you that blossoms.”

Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati

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