Water Infrastructure, Dry Eye & Job Creation

Radio Host Sharon Kleyne Prioritizes Water Infrastructure. Sharon Kleyne Says New Water Infrastructure Creates Jobs.

Sharon Kleyne, host of the nationally syndicated radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health on Voice America, wants three things to happen in 2017.

One: defeat dry eye disease. Sharon Kleyne, America’s leading water researcher, advocate and feared enemy of dry eye disease, warns that there are now more than 250 million cases of dry eye disease in China every year and more than 30 million annual cases in the U.S. Dry eye disease now costs a billion dollars a year in the U.S. and exceeds all other diseases that ophthalmologists and optometrists diagnose and treat each year. The numbers continue to spiral out of control with aging populations. Kleyne reminds us that dry eye disease symptoms include blurred vision, redness, burning, itching, stinging, a gritty sensation and watery eyes. These symptoms are triggered by a number of causes including pollution, allergies, post-menopausal changes, windy conditions, computer use, reading, television viewing and artificial environments (air conditioning, central heating), which all lead to excessive dehydration due to water loss from evaporation.

Two: make water the number one infrastructure priority. “As we usher in a new national administration in the U.S.,” Sharon Kleyne says, “it’s appropriate that we expect water infrastructure to become a top priority of our new political change agents.” Kleyne points out that water infrastructure has not been as front-and-center as it should be in the nation’s agenda. “As a result,” Kleyne says, “we’ve seen dry eye disease vault to epidemic proportions in this country and around the world. We need new water infrastructure to bring these numbers way down.”

Three: Create new jobs. Sharon Kleyne turns to the words of Thomas W. Sigmund, PE, Executive Director of New Water, to explain how investing in water infrastructure benefits health and the economy. According to Sigmund, “The return on investment in clean water is impressive: employment opportunities in family supporting jobs, enhanced productivity in the private economy, higher standards of living, and a more favorable trade balance.” Kleyne also cites findings from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis. The Bureau demonstrates that “for every job serving the clean water industry, 3.68 jobs are created to support it. For every $1 billion invested in wastewater infrastructure, $2.6 to $3.5 billion of demand is created for labor, goods and services, much of it locally sourced.”

“Investing in dry eye disease supplementation, new water technology and new water infrastructure will create jobs, generate investor profit, support local farming and business and improve health by reducing incidents of serious illness.” Sharon Kleyne encourages people to experience a new, healthy Water Life Science® lifestyle and visit http://www.biologicaqua.com for more information.

Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, which Sharon Kleyne founded more than two decades ago, remains committed to new water research and technology that supplements and replenishes earth’s and the body’s water vapor with 100 percent Trade Secret tissue culture grade water applied with a personal hand-held humidifying device.

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