Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Health Aspects of Calcium and Magnesium in Drinking Water

By Joseph Cotruvo, PhD, President, Joseph Cotruvo & Associates LLC, Washington, DC USA NSF International and the International Life Sciences Institute assembled a diverse group of nutrition, medical, epidemiological and scientific experts in Baltimore, MD […]

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Pumpkins for Everyone!

CEI Companies (Carbon Enterprises Inc. / CEI Anthracite / CEI Logistics) 28205 Scippo Creek Road Circleville, Ohio 43113 Phone: 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204+9656 Web: www.CEIfiltration.com Email: info@ceicompanies.com Employees: 13-16 Carbon Enterprises, Inc. is headquartered in the […]

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Global Spotlight

The Eastern Water Quality Association has responded to the Ray Cross Challenge with one of their own. As announced at WQA Aquatech in Chicago, Ray Cross endowed a matching funds challenge grant for the Water […]

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Learning To Speak A Woman’s Language

By Andrea Learned Let’s face it. Whether or not men sign on the bottom line, women are your real customers. They are the ones that actually make or influence the bulk of household purchases, so […]

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GAC Kinetics Finer Mesh Carbons Often Represent the Better O...

By C.F. “Chubb” Michaud CWS-VI General It is well understood that high surface area and access to that area is what separates one GAC from another. GAC does, indeed, have a very high surface area—about […]

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Why Naturally Soft And Softened Water Are Not The Same

By Joseph F. Harrison, P.E., CWS-VI Abstract Observational studies have lead to the hypothesis of a possible inverse correlation between water hardness and cardiovascular disease mortality in the general population, that is, that there may […]

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Avian Influenza and the Waterborne Transmission Route

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD As concern mounts over the potential for avian influenza A to gain the genetic tools necessary for transmission between humans, response networks prepare for the worst. Identifying how people […]

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People

Teen’s article wins award Alyse Ritvo of Oakland, Calif., is the inaugural winner of the ITT Award for Excellence in Student Water Journalism (AESWJ). Ritvo, 18, a senior at Head-Royce School in Oakland, was given […]

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The Joys of Membership! PWQA Barbecue Success

By Karen R. Smith What traveled on wheels, had 162 legs* and consumed 75 pounds of Sheboygen bratwurst? The attendees at Pacific Water Quality Association’s Southern California Barbecue Round Up, that’s what! A dozen new […]

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Trihalomethane Removal With Activated Carbon

By Robert J. Potwora Trihalomethanes (THMs) have been found to be the most wide-spread organic contaminants in drinking water. Trihalomethanes are part of a group of organic chemicals that contain one carbon atom, one hydrogen […]

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