Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Ask the Expert

We’ve received a number of questions about swimming pools—so we went to an expert for answers. This month, Joe Sweazy helps WC&P readers. Question: I have a swimming pool with a salt chlorine generator system. […]

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Viewpoint

By Peter J. Censky, WQA Executive Director Part 2: Why you should attend WQA Aquatech USA in Orlando: Opportunities abound This year promises to be our biggest and best trade show yet! We already have […]

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Design Considerations for Small Drinking Water Membrane Syst...

By Anthony M. Wachinski, Ph.D., P.E. And Charles Liu, PhD, PE Abstract Small communities of up to 10,000 people typically utilize up to one million gallons of potable water daily. Microfiltration membrane technology provides a unique […]

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Wells and Water Treatment: Successfully Combining Two Indust...

By Jim Gruenke Introduction Mark J. Traut Wells, Inc. is celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2007 and I’m fortunate to have been with them for much of that time as Water Treatment Division Manager. Over […]

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Analyzing the Lab: The Analysis of Chlorine Induced Disinfec...

By Stephen R. Tischler Introduction – the role of chlorination Much has been written about the benefits of adding chlorine (chlorination) to the drinking water supply. The role of chlorination in protecting drinking water supplies […]

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Water Techs Industries’ Mark Russell

As told to WC&P Water Tech Industries 13110-3 NE Airport Way Portland, OR 97230 Phone: (888) 254-8412 or (503) 254-8412 Fax: (503) 261-9118 Website: www.watertech.com Email: markr@watertech.com Dealers: Worldwide Founded in 1987 by Tom Felt […]

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People

Parrott now Watts VP Watts Water Technologies Inc. announced that Bruce Parrott has been promoted to Vice President of Sales Administration for wholesale markets. He will be responsible for all programs, pricing and contract administration, […]

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Vulnerabilities of the Drinking Water Distribution System

By Kelly A Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Drinking water distribution systems have been targeted for years as an area of concern with respect to ensuring safe delivery of drinking water to the end user. In the […]

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Today’s RO Part 2 – Added Value for Small System Complia...

By Shannon P. Murphy (or it’s still not your Father’s Oldsmobile!) Last month we reviewed some of the lab and field test data recently gathered on reverse osmosis (RO) membranes. What these revealed is that […]

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The Art of Countercurrent Regeneration

By Jerome Kovach Background Ion exchange is a proven technology that has been commercialized for many decades. Applications for ion exchange include simple processes, such as softening, as well as the more complex systems, such […]

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