Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

The Vision Thing—Help Your Organization See It

By William Blades, CMC, CPS Many people regard the oak tree as one of the strongest trees. Actually, the oak tree began as a little nut that wouldn’t go away. As business people, we need […]

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Where Business is Naturally Good—Nature’s Sparkle Water ...

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Running a water treatment business in a farming community provides quite a paradox for Daniel Lucas. For many of the 5,000 residents of Goodland, Kan., farming is the […]

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Collateral damage — The Chronic Sequelae of Waterborne Pat...

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. If asked to list the symptoms of water-borne disease, one would probably say diarrhea, vomiting or other flu-like symptoms. While diarrhea and gastroenteritis are the most commonly identified symptoms […]

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Board Tackles Strategic Plan & Brine Before Mid-Year Me...

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editon In May, the Water Quality Association (WQA) Board of Governors met at the group’s headquarters in Lisle, Ill., in an attempt to iron out details of the strategic […]

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Pumps: Trying to Keep the ‘Big Easy’ Dry

By Steve Minett Summary: Coastal cities at or below sea level are heavily reliant on industrial pumps that must keep incoming water from overloading water treatment systems. As such, New Orleans experienced severe flooding in […]

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Showered in Filters with Sprite’s Farley

By Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor Statistics bear out David Farley’s ongoing success as head of Sprite Industries, a market leader in the showerhead filter market niche of the water treatment industry. In its […]

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How Pending Spam Legislation Threatens Email Marketing :(

By David H. Martin With telemarketing hamstrung by the new national “do not call” list and direct mail postage more costly than ever, it’s logical to look to email marketing as a low-cost alternative to […]

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ANSI/NSF or NSF/ANSI? Semantics Maybe, But Sometimes the Ord...

By Carlos David Mogollón – WC&P Executive Editor Recent talks with WQA and NSF International on drinking water treatment unit (DWTU) standards and how they’re promoted prompted this column. The issue started simply. WQA international […]

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Water Treatment in Food Service Establishments

By Tom Bruursema The food service industry is well versed in performance-driven product standards. Ranging from icemakers to beverage dispensers, ware-washing equipment to commercial cooking, many ANSI/NSF standards are used and relied upon by equipment […]

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Exploring Options for Water Treatment Certification

By Ronald Y. Pérez – WC&P Managing Editor Standards and certification are always a big topic for water treatment dealers, and this is kicked up a notch during Water Quality Association regional meetings as well […]

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