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Follow-up In our November 2004 issue, Larry Collins of RainSoft inquired about meeting the local fire marshall’s requests. He reported: …We recently installed water softening equipment in a high-rise condo maintenance room. The local fire […]
By Karen R. Smith It is never easy to lose a business associate and harder still to lose a trusted friend. Over the past 14 years, Patricia Steiner was both to me. On a daily […]
Corona California Wastewater Treatment Goals Become a Realit...
By Karen R. Smith The city of Corona, California made the commitment to water reclamation several years ago, opting to treat wastewater to a level of quality where it would be suitable for a variety […]
Batzner joins Blancett Michael Batzner has been named Sales Manager for the Blancett Flow Metering Equipment Division of Racine Federated Inc. Batzner will be responsible for all Blancett sales activities. A graduate of the University […]
Shimadzu Scientific Industry, Inc. has received R&D Magazine’s 2005 R&D 100 Award for its new hybrid Ion Trap-Time-Of-Flight instrument. Named a ‘breakthrough technology’ in the Analytical Instruments Category, the Shimadzu LCMS-IT-TOF employs more than a […]
To the Editor: I read Tony Frost’s article entitled, “Hardness Minerals and Drinking Water: Now a topic for an International Symposium” in Water Conditioning & Purification’s October 2005 issue. While this is a very good […]
Visions of mistletoe…
By Karen R. Smith I find myself surprised that 2005 will end just a few short weeks from now. Where did the time go? It’s been a whirlwind of a year both in the water […]
On the Road with Falsken Water Systems
By Nate F. Searing Introduction For Dennis Falsken of Falsken Water Systems in Norco, Calif., success in the water treatment business is a very personal affair. In a state where the industry’s largest manufacturers make […]
New Membrane Point of Entry Filtration System Certified as A...
By Ron Ing and Andrew Warnes Introduction In both developed and developing countries throughout the world, the need for small, self-contained point of entry (POE) water purifying systems is acute. One of the most recognized […]
NOWRA & WQA Septic-Softener Symposium
By Bob Boerner Asymposium focused on water treatment and its possible effects on on-site wastewater systems was attended by some 125 interested parties in Cleveland, Ohio on October 13th, 2005. The event was sponsored by […]