Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Borrego Springs Bottled Water: Uncapping Success in Southern...

By Nate F. Searing, WC&P Managing Editor Located about 120 miles northwest of San Diego and just as far south of Riverside, California, Borrego Springs is a small community nestled within the Anza-Borrego Desert State […]

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The Joy of Giving: For Euphoria Water Company, the competiti...

By Karen R. Smith In 1982, Paul Newman launched Newman’s Own Oil and Vinegar Salad Dressing. The move surprised customers and industry experts alike with the famous proprietor’s promise to donate all profits and royalties […]

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A True Friend of the Industry

Robert E. Morley July 2, 1925 – June 16, 2004 Robert E. Morley, owner of Morley Water Improvement Systems of Redlands, Calif., has died at his home after a long illness. He was 78. Morley […]

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Is It Time To Add A Bottled Water Plant?

By Karen R. Smith Introduction A majority of water treatment professionals, finding significant cross-selling opportunities, enter the bottled water business. With access to customers in both the home and the workplace, many make a smooth […]

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Risk Perceptions of Waterborne Disease

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. At first glance, there appear to be two diametrically opposing views when it comes to assessing the risk of waterborne disease in the United States. There is the school […]

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Pumping Mexico City’s Wastewater

By David Lazar With the ground sinking due to the depletion of the aquifer, Mexico City was faced with the prospect of building pump stations to lift wastewater up and out of the city, which […]

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Flush Cycle Improves Performance of Water Vending Machines

By Michael A. Stern With the news media reporting an oncoming worldwide shortage of potable water, many new companies are entering the water vending machine business. If you are thinking about doing so, or are […]

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The Bottled Water Industry: 2004—A Year of Defining Moment...

By Henry R. Hidell, III During the last decade the bottled water industry has experienced unprecedented growth while at the same time experiencing major consolidation activity and declining margins. The popularity of bottled water has […]

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Minimum Performance Requirements, Minimum Service Flow ̵...

By Rick Andrew When manufacturers of water filters think of NSF/ANSI Standard 42 and 53 requirements, they typically think about four categories: Materials (Section 4) Structural performance (Section 5) Mandatory testing for elective claims (Section […]

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Performance of an Active Biological Contractor: Treating Win...

By M. Alvarez Cuenca Introduction Historically, winery wastewater has been either disposed of by obsolete and polluting methods like septic tanks, leach fields and ponds, or tank stored on-site and treated off-site. Winemakers not connected […]

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