Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

PWQA in Sacramento

By Karen R. Smith PWQA President Mike Mecca and past President Mark Howlett sat with California State Senator George Runner and explained the benefits of water softening while downstairs, Assemblymember Rick Keane’s Legislative Director Brent […]

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Soft Water = Increased CVD Risk = Poor Science!

By Susan R. Feldman, Technical Director, Salt Institute For decades, nutritionists have been researching and reporting findings that the nutritional sources of the elements, calcium and magnesium, are the foods we eat. Surprisingly, the World […]

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Tracking Disaster Relief Efforts

By Andy Warnes Introduction Viewing efforts with hindsight isn’t a case of ‘would have, should have’ when it comes to disaster relief. Analyzing the results, how many did we help? How could we have done […]

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Efficiency of Water Softeners Under NSF/ANSI 44

By Rick Andrew Efficiency is so important in today’s modern world. We expect our cars to be more and more efficient, especially as the price of gasoline continues to rise. We strive to use our […]

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A Look at the Law

By Mark A.W. Smith Amongst the many legal, regulatory risk and issues facing water purification dealers and manufacturers in today’s market, two are reaching critical mass. Dealers and installers are facing municipal and county bans […]

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Letters

To the Editor: Mr. Krupinski also commented on the Handheld Integrity Tester for the POE Ultrafiltration System and how one could identify that the system is working properly. With the POE Ultrafiltration System, the Handheld […]

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Retail Water Treatment Service Department Basics, Part 2: Th...

By Jeff Parvin CWS-VI Introduction In last month’s issue, we looked at service department operations basics in the areas of scheduling, inter-dealership communications and overall practices and standards. This month, a component-by-component analysis of a […]

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Global Spotlight

Clean Water Testing, a state-certified water laboratory located in Appleton, Wisc., has launched a new website designed to provide educational and water testing information as well as online ordering of testing supplies. The new offerings […]

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Activated Carbon: Advanced Test Method

By Henry Nowicki & Barbara Sherman Introduction Development and application of advanced test methods can reveal important new information about activated carbons and other sorbents. Table 1 contains a list of sorbent information opportunities with […]

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Viewpoint

By Karen R. Smith Who establishes water quality regulations in the U.S.? In addition to being the Executive Editor here at WC&P, I hold the same position at our sister publication, Agua Latinoamérica. And I […]

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