Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Untimely passing of Jeremy Holt

On August 23, Jeremy Ray Holt of Gilbert, Arizona, passed away unexpectedly. He was born May 7, 1970 in Orem UT to Ray and Jeana Holt and graduated from Orem High in 1985. Known for […]

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Seven Decades of Dedication to Water Quality

By Denise M. Roberts 2447 W. Main St. Rapid City, SD 57702 Tel: (605) 343-7123 Fax: (605) 343-3589 3355 E Colorado Blvd. Spearfish, SD 57783 Website: www.watertree-rc.com Email: grobinson@watertree-rc.com Employees: 24 Vehicles: Five Motto: “Water. […]

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Commercial and Industrial Water Treatment

By Greg Reyneke Water has a dramatic effect on most commercial and industrial processes. Water quality can often be the single most important factor contributing to the success or failure of a process. Whether the […]

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Active Agents under NSF/ANSI 42 and 53

By Rick Andrew A man plummets headfirst from the open, rear hatch of a diving military aircraft, barreling headlong toward the ground as he picks up speed to terminal velocity. He manages to catch up […]

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FOR SALE

Water Treatment business established in 1998 for sale in Sacramento, Ca. Well established rental, servicing, and sales customer base in Northern California. Asking $99,000. Call George Feather at (916) 315-2117 or email georgefeather1941@hotmail.com.

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Disparities in Drinking Water

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD The term disparities indicates a difference or lack of equality between groups. Today this term is frequently targeted toward healthcare delivery gaps but disparities are also evident relative to […]

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POU Commercial Modular Systems

By Michael Sheffield POU systems that are specifically designed for commercial use fall under the category of commercial modular systems. They are more complex than the typical POU systems utilized for residential use because of […]

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‘I Had to Find a Purpose in Life’

By Donna Kreutz Brothers Randy and Jeff Keim ran a very successful development company for 20 years, building resorts, single-family home sites, condos, campgrounds, timeshares and more. They were doing business in eight states with […]

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Stop the Selling Malpractice

By Bill Blades, CMC, CPSP You know you’re in trouble when your sales team sets very low standards and then consistently fails to achieve them. If this applies to your group, let me suggest a […]

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Minimizing Reject Brine from Desalination Plants

By Alex Drak, PhD and Roi Zaken Reject brine is the byproduct of the desalination process with a high content of dissolved salts and high salinity. With the growing demand for water, there is an […]

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