Pretreatment Technologies for Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltra...
By Peter S. Cartwright, P.E., CWS-VI Introduction The crossflow pressure-driven membrane technologies of microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) have become key treatment tools in water purification, wastewater recycle/reuse and chemical […]
A New Vision for Drinking Water Protection
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. In an effort to improve public health and increase consumer confidence in drinking water quality, the US EPA has introduced, A New Approach to Protecting Drinking Water and Public […]
Product Certification: A Competitive Advantage for POU/POE ...
By Rick Andrew Increasing competition is a familiar theme to many industries, with the POU/POE industry being no exception. There are several dynamics at play which foster this increase in competition: Globalization. Manufacturers seek to […]
Hydrotech’s Roberts promoted, Taft added Hydrotech® promoted Ed Roberts, CWS-V, to Director of Global Markets and added David Taft as National Sales Manager. Roberts has nearly 20 years of experience on the Hydrotech leadership team […]
Reducing the (Carbon) Footprint of Municipal and Industrial ...
By James Jackson Governments around the world give speeches, write legislation and dole out tax incentives, with hopes of stimulating businesses and encouraging communities to shrink their carbon footprint by embracing green technology. The ozone […]
Improving Softening Efficiency from the Bottom Up Introduct...
By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, C.E., CWS-VI Brine efficiency is defined by the number of grains of recoverable hardness removal capacity achieved by a softener per pound of salt used in regeneration. A perfect score is […]
ResinTech, Inc. recently received WQA Gold Seal Standard 61 certification for coconut shell activated carbon. The certification adds another layer of assurance to Resin- Tech’s already stringent testing standards, and customers are ensured top quality […]
When is the Next Boil Water Alert?
By Frank A. Brigano, Ph.D. and Thomas A. Burke A common theme we see on a daily basis relates to drinking water infrastructure. We track news throughout the world that impacts the drinking water industry, […]
Seventh-Child Status A Good Omen For Hanish
By Denise M. Roberts Now more than ever, dealers are hesitant to try new technologies because the last thing they want is for the new stuff not to work… Consumers, however, are on the opposite […]
Pets Need Safe Water, Too
By Denise M. Roberts PetHouse PO Box 798 Appleton, WI 54912 Website: www.mistypure.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Employees: One Linda Peters found a niche over- looked by the water treatment industry. As most businesses focused on […]