New York, New York (PressExposure) July 15, 2009 -- Industrial waste is Public Enemy no. 1 especially when it clogs the sewages or drainage pipes because the inevitable happensâthe water from the sewages floods the streets when it rains.
Health is very precious nowadays and is often threatened by diseases that come from the wastes that we generate from our highly-industrialized way of living. At present, the world is alarmed with the A (H1N1) virus becoming pandemic. Doctors say the best way to avoid contracting the virus is to be extra-clean with everything and that includes our environment. With the piles of garbage that we are openly exposed to, we are certainly vulnerable to diseases such as the A (H1N1). Our immune system is compromised with continued exposure to wastes.
More so, we are exposed to contaminated waters when it rains because the garbage clogs the drainage pipes making it impossible for the water to flow where it is suppose to. The dirty water rises up to the streets creating floods that can go knee to waist-deep. When this happens, we can turn to high pressure water jetters to blast away the garbage that clogs the waterways. High pressure water jetters are actually pumps that use high pressure to flush away anything that clogs the water ways. It helps keep the sewers free of nay obstruction so the water brought about by rains or even those coming from our toilets can flow freely to where it is supposed to flow to.
Living the kind of life that we have, we are generating more and more garbage each day. We canât resist buying canned goods, plastic-wrapped items, battery-operated gadgets and so on that we end up throwing everything away in just a few uses. We are too far away from the simple life that our ancestors must have had before technology got the better of us so we have to settle for building other technologies that can help us lessen the problem that was brought by other technologies. Voila! The high pressure water jetters were born when our sewers became too cramped with our garbage. We may not have the power to eliminate the problem of industrial wastes but we have the technology to at least keep our sewers free from clogs.
When we have clog-free sewers, we have flood-free streets. If we flood-free streets then we are free from water-borne diseases. We can at least breathe more easily knowing that we have avoided another threat to our health. Mothers can relax knowing that their children are safely crossing a flood-free street. No more wading through the murky waters on your way to work. No more looking like a drowned rat on your way to your university. No more turning big laundry basins into make-shift boats to avoid dipping into the waist-high flood. No more going up the rooftop when storms make the flood go as high as the second floor of your house. No more traffic jams due to the river-like streets. The waterways are now freed from blockage by high pressure water jetters.