Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Bioterrorism and Water Treatment, Part 2

By David H. Paul Summary: This is the second of two articles discussing potential waterborne bioterrorism agents. In the first article, the bacterial diseases of anthrax, botulism and plague were discussed. In this article, the […]

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The Changing World of Cartridge Filters—Integrated, Inline...

By Mike Long Summary: The cartridge filter industry faces a double-edged sword. Along with increased presence of these filters in all types of applications, there come those manufacturers that may not pursue the strictest production […]

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Developing Water Quality Guidelines for the World

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. The volume of freshwater on the Earth is theoretically enough to serve the needs of human population, but the distribution of water resources worldwide aren’t equal, and practical approaches […]

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State Association Untangles Website to Avoid Confusion

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor As reported in the September issue of The Flowmeter, the Colorado Water Quality Association’s (CWQA) newsletter, the association has redesigned its website, www.xxx.org www.cwqa.org. Visitors are reminded to use […]

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Step Up to the Table—A Cornucopia of Water Sites To Be Tha...

By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor As we enter my favorite time of the year—the holidays—my thoughts naturally drift toward the dining table and the Thanksgiving dinner that many of us share in each […]

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An Inside Look at the Certification of Hybrid Systems

By Tara Sniezek Consumers may frequently see the following in product literature: “Replacement cartridge for Company A, B, C and D systems,” “Replacement kit is compatible with other water filtration systems,” and “Fits other systems.” […]

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People

CUNO welcomes DeFrances   Meriden, Conn.-based CUNO Inc. elected William DeFrances as vice president-controller. He will be responsible for the company’s worldwide controllership function including accounting policies, internal controls, internal and external financial reporting, and […]

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Ask the Expert

Soda ash as a regenerant Question: We’ve been using soda ash in our softener at our deep water well. Is this safe/effective? Thanks. L. Holland Answer: Soda ash is a particularly poor choice to regenerate […]

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Global Spotlight

Harleysville, Pa.-based Met-Pro Corp. announced second quarter sales were $18.6 million vs. $18.3 million for the same period last year. First half sales totaled $35.6 million vs. $34.5 million last year. 💧 Tenergy Water, of […]

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Letters

Perchlorate quiz perplexes reader Hi! I have taken the tests in your magazine three times a year since I was first certified back in 1998. Usually there are a few questions on each test that […]

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