Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

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Desalination for world’s remote areas Question: I’m a medical doctor who works with the Indonesian government in a remote area of South East Sulawesi. We have a lot of problems about health, especially related to […]

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People

Berlant comes full circle Neil Berlant has joined The Seidler Companies, of Los Angeles. Berlant was one of the founders of the former Seidler Amdec. He left 15 years ago to work in the water […]

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A question of pH Question: I have a question about treatment devices for high pH levels, but I would like to know who to direct any specific questions to? Michelle Moyer Norristown, Pa. Answer: There […]

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Global Spotlight

Charlotte, N.C.-based WEDECO-Ideal Horizons was selected by the city of Auburndale, Fla., to supply a UV system for the Raymond Allred wastewater treatment plant to treat wastewater for reuse as cooling water at a local […]

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Letters

More dealer software solutions Dear Editor: In WC&P’s August 2002 “Letters to the Editor,” Sandra Marchant asked if there was software available that tracks customers, gives reminders of regular scheduled service and stores directions to […]

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The Hard Facts on the Microbiological Aspects of a Softener ...

By Francesca Casabella, Mario Colombino, Tiziana Polizzi, and Colin Fricker Summary: The discussion of water softeners and how they should be standardized has become a hot-button issue over the past year in the United States […]

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Membrane Separation on the Maple Syrup Farm—Getting Sappy ...

By Yvon Pellerin Summary: What does reverse osmosis (RO) technology have to do with maple syrup? You’d be surprised. The following is just another example of how RO has infiltrated—pardon the pun—all types of applications […]

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Modern Centrifugal Pumps—Trying to Solve the Mystery

By Bill McNally Summary: Use of pumps in water treatment applications seems like a rather mundane process. Upon review, though, this decision shouldn’t be taken lightly as almost all designs have some maintenance issues. Ask […]

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Chemical Feed: The Trouble with Polymers

By Greg Kriebel Summary: Coagulants and flocculants are just two types of chemicals that may be used in water treatment to help remove unwanted contaminants. Here is a discussion of various polymers and chemical feed […]

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Disinfection By-Product Reduction Using On-Site Generated Mi...

By Beth Kriebel Summary: Passage of the USEPA D/DBP Rule is driving utilities to look for methods to reduce DBP formation, particularly TTHMs and HAA5. On-site generated mixed oxidants have been demonstrated to reduce DBPs […]

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