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Excessive fluoride and rotting teeth Question: I belong to a nonprofit charity organization that is now focusing its efforts on East Asia. In Vietnam, currently, there is a village composed of people whose teeth have […]

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Global Spotlight

Global Water Technologies’ wholly-owned subsidiary, Applied Water Technologies won a contract for installation of its proprietary water treatment program for Commonwealth Edison Inc.’s Zion Nuclear Power Station in Golden, Colo.💧 Fisher Manufacturing, Tulare, Calif., recently […]

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Letters

Copper pitting is the pits Dear Editor: We would like to see some feature article(s) on the growing problem of copper tube pitting due to aggressive water. This problem has reached crisis levels in various […]

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Water Treatment Education: New Program Makes Splash at Arizo...

By David Paul At 6 p.m., it’s usually time for dinner for most people. For others, it’s time to relax in front of the TV or go to the local sports bar. For many, it […]

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Solving Blue-Green Water

By Larry Henke Summary: A common frustration for water conditioning dealers is that of blue/green staining. Although usually caused by corrosion of water pipe and fixtures, its remedies are complex and often elusive. But remedies […]

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All Along the Wassatch: Superior Soft Water in the Land of t...

By Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor More than five generations of Lambournes have called the valley between Utah Lake and the Great Salt Lake home. They were among the wave of Mormon settlers that […]

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Internet: Creating an Online Image with Maximum Impact—Pla...

By Doug Swanson, Ed.D Editor’s Note: The following is the first in a three-part series exploring how small firms can take advantage of the strengths of the Internet to advance their business goals. Part I […]

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Forward 2000: Now More Than Ever, An Industry in Transition

By Peter Censky I’ve decided to take a longer view for my article this year. I’m going to look ahead to the next decade or so, because I really think we’re going to see some […]

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A Survey of Filter Cartridges: Sorting Through the Choices a...

By Jim Hunt Summary: There are literally hundreds of different filter cartridges on the market, leaving the water treatment professional to sort through the claims, counter-claims and various options presented. To help this sorting out […]

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Government Regulations, Part II of II: An Update on the USEP...

By Thomas R. Grubbs, PE Background This is the second in a two-part series on the latest changes to U.S. drinking water regulations. In WC&P’s October-December 1998 issues, Rip Rice and Paul Overbeck presented an […]

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