Where Small is Best in the Keystone State: Dorn Water Condit...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Bigger is not always better. Just ask Dennis Dorn, owner and president of Dorn Water Conditioning Service Inc. The company is located in a small town that boasts […]
All in the Family with Kinetico’s Prior
By Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor Ask a simple question of Bill Prior and, more often than not, you’re likely to get a long answer. It’s not because he’s long-winded. Rather, he’s very thoughtful […]
Motivating Salespeople in a Sluggish Economy
By David H. Martin So things are a little slow and you sense your salespeople’s attitudes need some positive reinforcement. Sure, marketing dollars are scarce but a company’s marketing responsibilities still include motivating salespeople so […]
Perchlorate—New Contaminant Reduction Claims for DWTU Stan...
By Rick Andrew Perchlorate contamination of groundwater has received considerable attention of late in the news media. There are now reports of concerns that real estate values in certain areas of California may be adversely […]
Nosocomial? Waterborne Routes of Hospital-Acquired Infection...
Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. In the United States, microbiological organisms are common to tap water meeting the highest treatment and regulatory standards. While some of these organisms may be harmful to healthy individuals, others […]
Arizona Town Ordinance Shuts Down Vending Machines
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor A faxed statement from the Arizona WQA (AWQA) reported the town of Payson has enacted a water conservation ordinance that includes a restriction on the use of reverse […]
Web Surfing to Combat the Dog Days of Summer
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor The summer months can mean only one thing—drink plenty of water. How often has this piece of advice been ingrained into your head via doctors, family members, news […]
What to Look for When Choosing a UV System for Your Home
By Ron Hallett, P.E. Selecting the right water purification solution to ensure your safety is one of the most critical decisions you’ll ever make. It involves more than just deciding who has the best list […]
WQA’s ‘consensus builder’ dies suddenly at 59; Poellet was in line to become next president Charles (Charley) Poellet, of K&M Plastics Inc., of Elk Grove Village, Ill., died suddenly of natural causes on May 14. […]
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