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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Doing it Aboveboard in the Nutmeg State: Connecticut’s Pro...

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor To hear Paul Hurlbut tell it, he thoroughly enjoys running a business that garners annual sales in the seven-figure range. As vice president of Professional Water Systems Inc., […]

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Back to Value with Osmonics’ Dean Spatz

Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor In a plain-spoken manner, Dean Spatz clears his throat and describes how he and wife Carol launched Osmonics in their home, rolling reverse osmosis (RO) membranes in the garage […]

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Part 2, Back to Value with Osmonics CEO Dean Spatz

By Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor The following is a continuation of our interview with Osmonics’ Dean Spatz: WC&P: Let’s talk about the last few years, because it’s been, well, interesting is kind of […]

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POU at the Housewares Show: Few Entries and Survivors in the...

By David H. Martin Charlie Couric, retired former president of Brita and cousin of NBC talk show host Katie Couric, once commented on the tendency of Housewares Show point-of-use (POU) also-rans to pin their hopes […]

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Bacteria 101

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Despite the great strides in water treatment to eliminate bacterial pathogens, these agents continue to contribute to waterborne disease outbreaks (see Table 1). Of the 21 documented waterborne bacterial […]

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Viewpoint

 Return to Merger Mania, Economic Forecasting and Can’t Buy a Loan By the time you read this, no doubt several other major global mergers and acquisitions (M&A) will have occurred — their relevance to the […]

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Why Grow Through Acquisition? — Mergers and Acquisitio...

By Steve Maxwell Summary: Over the next three months, WC&P will run a series of “Drinking Water Dollars” columns on the water industry and its increasing propensity for mergers and acquisitions. This is the first […]

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Arsenic Update for Manufacturers and Dealers

By Jane Wilson On Oct. 31, 2001, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) finalized a new maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 parts per billion (ppb) for arsenic in drinking water. This action effectively lowered […]

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Safety First—Putting Drinking Water at the Top of the List

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor When the new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) standard for arsenic in drinking water was announced on Oct. 31 of last year, almost everyone knew that it would […]

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