Pumps and RO: Opportunities Abound for Good System Choices
By Hal Voznick There are many opportunities for pumps in the point-of-use (POU) water treatment industry. Pumps can enhance the performance of any water treatment or bottled water application. More affordable As the popularity of […]
Water District Takes a Leap of Faith—Treating Brackish Wat...
By Jeff Crider Rapid population growth is making water an increasingly precious commodity across California, which faces a recent federal mandate limiting its consumption of Colorado River water to 4.4 million acre feet per year. […]
Nowak gets promotion Scott/Bacharach Instruments LLC of Exton, Pa., has promoted Jim Nowak from northeast regional sales manager to director of marketing. Nowak has more than 14 years of sales and management experience. He earned […]
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Conventional vs. recycled water treatment Question: What is the main difference between a conventional water treatment plant and a water recycling plant? Raul Borrero Puerto Rico Answer: Regarding conventional water treatment and water recycling, your […]
EcoWater Systems Europe N.V., a subsidiary of EcoWater Systems Inc.—the world’s largest manufacturer of residential water treatment systems—has acquired Epuro S.A. 💧 Groupe Danone reported third-quarter sales in 2000 were up 6.3 percent over the […]
Four letters for ‘On Tap’ No need for a bellyache Dear Editor: Dr. Kelly Reynolds wrote a great article “An Update on Helicobacter pylori,” (“On Tap: New Evidence Linking Water to Stomach Ulcers,” WC&P, September […]
By Ronald Y. Perez, WC&P Senior Editor Unleashing the Mojo, and a Few Words from the Presidents Attending my first trade show as an editor here at WC&P, I really didn’t know what to expect […]
America’s Worst Kept Secret: Water Stocks Lost in the ...
By Ronald Y. Perez, WC&P Senior Editor As small water treatment dealers get caught up in the Christmas spirit, it’s easy to look back on 2000 as a year that brought many changes to the […]
Return of the ‘Superbugs’: Attempting to Crack ...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Today, we have a much more mobile society than our parents’ or grandparents’ generations. An infectious disease can literally travel from one end of the globe to the other […]
Testing for Lead Contamination: Making Sense of a Complex Ma...
By Lory Littlefield Plumbing components such as pipes, valves and fittings are tested according to the requirements of ANSI/NSF Standard 61 (“Drinking Water System Components—Health Effects”) to determine that unsafe levels of contaminants don’t leach […]