Water Conservation VS Importation from THE MOON
by Monique Nelson on November 9th, 2010

I am not quite sure why I still allow the news to shock me, but it never fails. My jaw drops. My head starts to shake back and forth. My eyebrows rocket themselves off my forehead.

Try this one on for size: No Need to Get Water from the Moon: We Can Use It More Efficiently Right Here

This was the headline that caught my attention today. David Beckman's blog on Switchboard, from the NRDC (National Resources Defence Council). If you would like to read it, you can find the post here:


The first paragraph talks about how scientists are starting to think that there is more water on the moon than initially anticipated. They even produce estimated numbers: enough water to fill 1,500 Olympic sized swimming pools.

Now, considering the post comes from a staff member of the NRDC the main component of the following argument is that we really should learn how to conserve our own water instead of harvesting it from another planet!

I would have to wholeheartedly agree. Wouldn't you?

Can you imagine the importation and transportation fees?

But when it comes down to it, action has to be taken. I was just in Las Vegas and I was surrounded by Texans who were willing to swim in 100+ degree water if I could give them a means to lower evaporation loss. Water is precious and getting pretty darn expensive.

Well, lucky for the Commercial Swimming Pool Industry, I do have a solution for you.


It is no longer the hassle and expense it used to be to use a pool cover. You can now cut back on your water loss by up to 50% by using a liquid pool cover like Heatsavr.

No rollers. No maintenance. No daily on-again off-again application. Just a pump and a bottle and a one-time installation and loads of extra water to go around.

Do you want moon water? Or do you want to protect your own?

Call me today to see if Heatsavr is right for your facility. It's toll free: (800) 661-3560 and my name is Monique.

You an also just download this Energy Efficiency Program and fax the form back to me at your convenience.


Try not to conveniently wait for too long though. Time is money. Money wasted like your evaporating water!

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