Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

2009 Technical Review Committee Insights: Jim Lauria

Jim Lauria Amiad Filtration Systems 2220 Celsius Ave., Unit B Oxnard, CA 93030 jim@amiadusa.com Phone: (800) 969-4055, Ext. 219 Fax: (800) 776-3458 www.amiad.com Jim Lauria, Amiad Filtration Systems 2220 Celsius Ave., Unit B. Oxnard, CA 93030 Phone: (800) 969-4055, Ext. 219 […]

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Viewpoint

The Next 50 Years All of us at WC&P have had a great time this past year planning and celebrating our 50th anniversary. This month’s golden anniversary issue not only will feature information on carbon […]

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POU Carbon Filters: Special Tests for Special Products

By Mark T. Unger During my near decade of association with the drinking water treatment industry, many different types of water treatment products have passed through the Water Quality Association’s Laboratory. It has been very […]

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William B. Fritzsche Memorial Top 50 Awards

Sponsored by Water Conditioning & Purification International (WC&P) magazine As part of our 50th ‘Golden Anniversary’ of service to the international POU/POE water treatment industry, WC&P is proud to announce its first annual Top 50 […]

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Jumping the Species Barrier: How Animal Pathogens Invade Hum...

By Dr. Kelly Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. The recent emergence of H1N1 virus (aka swine flu virus) reminds us that microbes are ever-adapting to their environments. They often expand via new susceptible hosts and additional transmission […]

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Chlorine – A Cheap and Efficient Killer

By Greg Reyneke The water that most of us drink is stored, treated and distributed to our homes by public and private water utilities. Algae, bacteria, fungi and viruses can often be found in untreated […]

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Chlorine and Chloramine Removal With Activated Carbon

By Robert Potwora Municipalities routinely began using chlorine to treating drinking water starting in 1908 with Jersey City, NJ. Its use has helped to virtually eliminate diseases like typhoid fever, cholera and dysentery in the […]

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People

ResinTech’s Rochmacher promoted  ResinTech, Inc., recently promoted Seth Rockmacher to International Sales Manager, responsible for the global sales of the company’s products outside of North America.  Rockmacher will also provide technical assistance and recommendations to […]

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New Hampshire’s Artesian Quality Water Specialists

By Denise M. Roberts Contoocook Artesian Well, started in 1936, was purchased in 1957 by Merle Patenaude with his son Wayne, who ran it until 2001. The family-owned business is today operated by the third […]

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New Trace Capacity Test Method Needed for Future Activated C...

By Henry Nowicki, George Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger, Shib Mookherjea and Barbara Sherman New test methods can facilitate scientific discoveries and lead to new commercial granular activated carbon (GAC) products. Also, a new or modified paradigm […]

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