Once More into the Breach: Physical Water Treatment Devicesâ...
By Bill Herrera Editor’s note: Hot or cold, the debate over physical water treatment (PWTs) devicesâ€” their efficacy and applicabilityâ€”rages on. In this issue and the next, we present two perspectives. The first is a […]
Coolersâ€”Service and Handling to Help the Dealer Extend Pro...
By R.Gordon Wells Water coolers represent a significant capital investment to companies that depend upon them for important rental income. More than rental fees Every company has its own, unique rental income experience, some realizing […]
DBPs & the Water Industry: The Bromide/Bromate Issueâ€”...
By Henry R. Hidell, III Summary: Disinfection by-products (DBPs) in drinking water have arisen as a significant concern for public health. The issue is largely associated with chlorine use, but other DBPs include bromate formed […]
Still Waters Run Deepâ€”A Market Overview
By Arthur von Wiesenberger Comedian Dennis Millerâ€”now of Monday Night Football fameâ€”appeared in a recent TV commercial for long distance telephone service where he questions how someone would pay a dollar for a bottle of […]
21st Century Disinfection Alternativesâ€” Â Bottled Water In...
By W. Kent Kise and Bak Srikanth Summary: With acceptance by the USEPA of ultraviolet (UV) irradiation as a viable disinfection technology for treating drinking water, its attractiveness has grown in a number of quartersâ€”bottled […]
‘Husker Heaven: United Distributors Inc.â€”From Cheyen...
By Carlos David MogollĂłn, WC&P Executive Editor Custom sports bottles, gourmet office coffee, ozone air purification, softeners, reverse osmosis, ultraviolet and water filtration systems, multi-stage point-of-use treatment coolers, a retail showroom, home builders program, commercial/industrial […]
IBWA Convention Previewâ€”Quality Drinking Water Providers W...
By Joseph Doss Every American has the right to drink clean and safe water. And todayâ€™s consumers have many choices available to them when deciding how to obtain their drinking water. The three main categoriesâ€”bottled […]
The Bottled Water Industry: Good Times Roll in the Emerald C...
By Ronald Y. Perez, WC&P Associate Editor Never before has the bottled water industry enjoyed so much acceptance in the eyes of an enthusiastic public. To celebrate this success, the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) […]
GE-Home Depot Alliance Alters POU/POE Landscape at Hardware ...
By David H. Martin Last August, it was at The Hardware Show that WC&P first learned of General Electricâ€™s agreement with Home Depot to supply Americaâ€™s largest home improvement retailer with a full line of […]
Chloramines and Their Presence in Water: Meeting the New Sta...
By Rob Herman Chloramine isn’t a naturally occurring constituent in drinking water. However, formed by the reaction between chlorine and ammonia, itâ€™s used as a disinfectant in many municipal drinking water supplies. Some municipal supplies […]