Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

The Australian Water Crisis

By Ian Gonella When President Clinton and his wife decided to finish off their visit to the “land down under” following his 1996 reelection victory, they chose to holiday in one of the most beautiful […]

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Intellectual Property Issues, Part 1: A Legal Guide to Doing...

By Mary L. Williamson and Kim Newby Summary: The following is the first in a two-part series provided by Preston Gates & Ellis LLP, a Seattle law firm specializing in international trade issues. It was […]

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Amsterdam Welcomes the World of Water: AquaTech 2000

By Ronald Y. Perez and Carlos David Mogollón WC&P Associate and Executive Editor As “the land of water” crisscrossed by canals traversed by water taxis in warmer months and skaters in colder ones, it’s only […]

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Chile—Combining Different Techonolgies to Produce High Qua...

By Bernhard Illge Summary: Switching capabilities of power plants in Chile from hydropower to gas turbine generation also meant making sure the water used in the new generation facilities was pure enough to improve maintain […]

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Riding the Rocket— How a Perchlorate Standard May Affect T...

By Richard C. Pleus, Ph.D. Summary: Oftentimes, knowing the process for how a drinking water standard—or any policy—will be calculated is crucial to being able to have your voice heard in a timely manner to […]

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Degremónt Installs a Seawater Desalination Plant in Telde, ...

By Harold G. Nicoll In the water challenged country of Spain, one of the world’s leading water treatment companies has built a new facility for turning seawater into fresh water using a reverse osmosis (RO) […]

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European Water Treatment Equipment Standards—Harmony or Di...

By Tony Frost Emergence of product standards for drinking water treatment equipment in Europe promises a new dimension to the prospects of the industry. Hitherto, attitudes from some European water supply companies and regulators on […]

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Sales Lead Generation on a Global Scale

By Helen Tong Sales lead generation is an important aspect of every business. However, when it’s taken on a global scale, the matter is much more complicated. Whether a company is trying to generate sales […]

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Hungary—Drinking Water Quality Challenge in Budapest

By Gábor Dombay, Ph.D. Summary: Significantly decreased water consumption caused changes in operational conditions of the Waterworks of Budapest. Increased residence times in the distribution system promote chlorine residual dissipation, adding to the possibility of […]

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Making an Ideal Process for Pure Water by Reverse Osmosis

By Robert Y. Ning, Ph.D. Summary: To treat brackish water of varying qualities, reverse osmosis (RO) systems are used in all sizes, ranging from plants with thousands of membrane elements to portable skids with perhaps […]

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