Applyling POU/POE Technologies for Diverse Cultures in Asia
By Ken Conrad The need for good clean drinking water is universal. It doesn’t matter where you live, your economic class, your political values or your cultural background. This fact has made the worldwide market […]
UV Amway Uses Ultraviolet Sensors to Improve Water Filtratio...
By Rainer Storbeck Summary: Presented with a quality control problem a couple of years ago in testing drinking water treatment units incorporating ultraviolet disinfection as they came off its production line for UV intensity, Amway […]
UV: Helping Consumers See the Light— Marketing Ultraviolet...
By Chanda Morrow Summary: This article provides information to better remove the mystery for consumers from UV technology to not only enhance its selling potential but to inform them of the benefits from this cutting […]
Website of the Month: Virtual Beach Needed: The Longer, the ...
By Steven Delgado, WC&P Senior Editor The combination of the end of century’s e-commerce media dogpile, followed up by some panic-fueled last minute Y2K binge acquisitions, has left me with more than a stockpile of […]
Kruszewski new Suntory VP Michael J. Kruszewski of Marietta, Ga., has been appointed division vice president, home and office sales for the Mid-Atlantic region of Suntory Water Group of Atlanta, Ga. His responsibilities will include […]
Ask the Expert
Too hard and then some Question: I live in Canada. The water from my well is extemely hard (200+ grains per gallon). The water softener salesman told me there’s not alot a conventional water softener […]
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has approved Hach Company’s m-ColiBlue24 method of total coliform and E. Coli detection for use in reporting water testing results to the federal regulator, which requires levels of both microbial […]
Fast and loose on ‘purifier’ terminology Dear Editor: Regarding “RO: Purification by Reverse Osmosis Requires Accurate Water, Membrane Monitoring” (Joe Novak, WC&P, November 1999, pp. 52-54), we suggest you consult the state of California regulations […]
The Measure of Our Success—A Proactive Stance
By Edward “Ned” Jones, WQA President 1999-2000 There’s probably no better time to reflect on the past and look to the future than at the beginning of a new millennium, which is when this is […]
WQA 2000 Long Beach: These Are the Good Ole Days
By Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor hen you get down to it, the past year has been probably one of the least eventful—in terms of controversy—for the point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) water treatment industry in some […]