Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Global Spotlight

The Dow Chemical Company announced a global price increase for QUAT™ 188 Cationic Reagent of $0.07 (U.S.) per pound. The increase was effective on July 1, 2006 or as contracts permitted. “This action is required […]

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A Better Metal!

By Dr. Tony Alessandra, Ph.D. An indisputable business fact is that people do business with people they like. Whether you are a WQA manufacturer, supplier or dealer, the ability to create rapport with people—your employees, […]

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Calcium and Magnesium in Your Drinking Water

By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, MWS As the world demand for good drinking water continues to grow, more and more of society is turning to the inexhaustible source of seawater desalination. Forced through membranes or distilled, […]

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POU RO – A Thing of The Past?

By Peter Cartwright Point of use (POU) reverse osmosis has taken some shots lately: The Consumer Search website, addressing reverse osmosis (RO) water filters, says, “These systems used to be popular, but since advances have […]

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Oasis – A Revival Under the Palms

By Denise Roberts Tri Palm International, LLC 265 North Hamilton Road Columbus, OH 43213 (614) 861-1350 http://www.tripalmint.com Employees: 65 Gliwice, Poland Employees: 54 Size: 50,000 sq ft Monterrey, Mexico Employees: 266 Size: 120,000 sq ft […]

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Membrane Microfiltration for Drinking Water Treatment

By Susan Hanft According to a recent report, The Membrane Microfiltration Market, this popular membrane process is finding widespread global application for numerous functions. One of the largest and fastest growing areas is potable water […]

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Use of Polyphosphates in POU Devices: A Case Study

By Anat Kartaginer Introduction The accepted use of sodium (Na+), calcium (Ca++) and magnesium (Mg++) phosphate salts in various water treatment processes in scale formation inhibition is considered safe from a health point of view. […]

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Letters

Dear Editor, I’m writing in response to the article, “The Removal of Arsenic from Potable Water” by Frank Baumann, P.E. in the May 2006 issue of WC&P magazine. I applaud Mr. Baumann for his contribution […]

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New EPA Guidelines Issued

A new guidance document entitled, Point-of-Use or Point-of-Entry Treatment Options for Small Drinking Water Systems, is now available from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Copies of the 127-page document can be downloaded from the agency’s […]

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Tap Water Linked to Increase in Bladder Cancer

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD As water treatment professionals, maybe you’ve been alerted to news stories suggesting a connection between tap water consumption and bladder cancer, but are these headlines true or just media […]

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