Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

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Two, 500-gallon water buffalo Question: I’m responsible for maintaining a couple of [U.S. Army] Water Buffalo [water tanks]—500 gallons each. I was told that I should put chlorine in the water to keep it fresh. […]

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Global Spotlight

Fort Washington, Pa.-based Severn Trent Services, a supplier of water and wastewater treatment solutions, and Norcross, Ga.-based AdEdge Technologies Inc., a supplier of specialty adsorbent products for contaminant removal, agreed to provide arsenic removal systems […]

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Letters

Absolutely not a nominal issue Dear Editor: After reading the article in your recent publication (“Absolute & Nominal: Cartridge Filters & Ratings,” Vikas Thusoo, WC&P, November 2002), I felt it necessary to relay some possible […]

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Guest Viewpoint

2002—A year of challenges and progress As I look back on my term as Water Quality Association (WQA) president, I’m filled with a great sense of optimism and accomplishment. We achieved so much in 2002 […]

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Eight Steps to a Smart Legal Document Retention Policy

By James G. Derouin Summary: As a sign of the times, none other than Time magazine recently named “Whistleblowers” as its People of the Year. Whether it’s Enron, Worldcom, Tyco, Adelphia, etc., the issue of […]

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How Mold Can Ruin a Business—What Steps You Need to Take

By John Larkin Summary: This article—based on one that ran in the WQANewsFax in December 2002—discusses mold, insurance and how claims against water treatment dealers like you can cause serious financial and business hardship. Mold […]

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Where in the Well It All Starts: Residential Water Pumps

By Tom McDermott and Dave Greisinger Summary: Over 1.5 billion people use water wells as their primary source of drinking water. In the United States, 10 million private water wells supply drinking, washing, bathing and […]

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New Test Methods for the Activated Carbon Industry

By Mick Greenbank, Ph.D., Henry Nowicki, Ph.D., Homer Yute and Barbara Sherman Summary: During the last 10 years, many activated carbon (AC) suppliers and users have been confronted with new challenges for their AC applications. […]

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Investing in Water—A Long-Term Profitable Endeavor “...

By Debra G. Coy As 2002 drew to a close, water issues continued to gain increased public attention around the world. Record drought conditions persisted across much of the United States last year and, at […]

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Wastewater: Nanofiltration in DI Rinse Recycle—A Case Stud...

By James A. Hunt Summary: This rinse water reclaim case study contains several valuable lessons. Membranes play a starring role in rinse reclaim, system failures are more often the fault of the system design and, […]

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