Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

More International Than Ever

By Marieke Leenhouts, AquatechCommunications & PR Manager Aquatech Amsterdam 2008 was more international than ever before, as it attracted close to 19,000 visitors from 133 countries. The world’s leading trade exhibition on process, drinking and […]

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Digital Delights

By Greg Reyneke It’s the 21st century, everyone’s going digital…Stop being a Luddite and step into the information age. It’s time to get smart. How can technology help my business? Business has been transacted for […]

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Electrolytic Bromine: A Green Biocide for Cooling Towers

By Timothy Keister Due to purchase and operating economics, ‘wet’ cooling towers are the technology of choice for commercial and industrial cooling systems as water is the best material for both transfer of heat and […]

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Reverse Osmosis – Opportunities and Challenges

By Dr. Mo Mukiibi Reverse Osmosis (RO) was developed in the 1950s as a technique, initially governmentally funded, for desalting seawater. Over the years, RO has evolved in terms of scale of versatility, applications, reduced […]

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The ‘Need to Know’ for Accurate Water Testing

By  Joe Sweazy Gone are the days of the ’flash test’ when a pool operator would walk by the pool and drop a couple of drops of Orthotolidene (OTO) onto the surface looking for the […]

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Letters to the Editor

Dear Mike Mecca (PWQA) and Peter Censky (WQA): A note of congratulations to PWQA and WQA are certainly in order as a result of the Governor’s veto of AB 2270! I have been out of […]

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Minimizing Risk of Cryptosporidiosis with On-site Generated ...

By Susan B. Rivera, Ph.D., CPO Cryptosporidiosis is a diarrheal disease caused by microscopic parasites of the genus Cryptosporidium. Once an animal or person is infected, the parasite lives in the intestine and passes as […]

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New Clues in Understanding Biofilm Formation

By Dr. Kelly Reynolds, MSPH, PhD The water industry has long been plagued by the effects of biofilm formation in water supplies, pipes, fittings and filters. Such biomasses lead to adverse taste, odor and possible […]

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Electrolytic Bromine: A Green Biocide for Cooling Towers

By Timothy Keister Due to purchase and operating economics, ‘wet’ cooling towers are the technology of choice for commercial and industrial cooling systems as water is the best material for both transfer of heat and […]

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Sphagnum Moss, Bacterial Biofilm and Water Quality

By David R. Knighton, M.D. Most bacteria thrive in an aqueous environment. A natural balance between bacteria and other living organisms exists in water, just as it does in our bodies. Pristine lakes, untouched by […]

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