Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Self-Serve Bottled Water Vending Systems: The Future of Wate...

By Philip Stadnyk The bottled water market has been changing over the last few years and it’s time for manufacturers to change their market. Presently, there are some retail centers that sell bottled water; they […]

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Permanent Phase-Out of Bottled Water Purchases

By Gavin Newsom, San Francisco Mayor San Francisco is proud of its historic role as an urban leader in environmental protection. For decades, our local government has provided environmental stewardship of the surrounding region’s water […]

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Choosing the Right Bottle Washers and Fillers for Your Large...

By Bruce Kucera This article provides some direction to help start-up or expanding bottled water operations make intelligent equipment choices. It goes without saying that selection of a reputable source of equipment is mandatory. Better […]

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IBWA Leads Bottled Water Industry On a Variety of Issues

By Joseph K. Doss For years, Americans have chosen bottled water as one of their favorite beverages. Bottled water sales and consumption have grown an average of 9.4 during the past decade, and this trend […]

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WHO Report – Desalination for Safe Water Supply: Guid...

Review by Susan R. Feldman The final output of the World Health Organization (WHO) Committee on Desalination for Safe Water Supply, led by Dr. Hussein A. Gezairy, WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, was […]

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A New Look at Bromine: A potential sleeping giant?

By Duane Dunk The daunting challenge By now, most in the international drinking water industry are very familiar with the UN Millennium Development Goal to reduce by half the number of people lacking daily access […]

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New World Health Organization Guidance for Desalination: Hea...

 By Joseph A. Cotruvo & Houssain Abouzaid Table 2 provides some generalized performance expectations for four major categories of membrane systems. The larger pore membranes (MF and UF) are often used as pretreatments to remove […]

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People

KX renamed; management team created KX Technologies LLC appointed a new management team with significant water treatment industry experience to lead the new organization. Donald Caulfield, formerly President of KX Industries, LP, became President of […]

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Global Spotlight

Marmon Water LLC has acquired the assets of KX Industries, Limited Partnership, a residential water filtration systems supplier, through a subsidiary. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. The Orange, Conn. firm supplies extruded carbon […]

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Viewpoint

By Karen R. Smith WC&P welcomes two new Technical Review Committee Members As promised, we are continuing our expansion of the Technical Review Committee here at the magazine to provide you with unparalleled scientific expertise […]

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