Does Not Compute! How to Avoid Data Loss and Maintain System...
By Kelly R. Thompson, CWS-VI A meeting I was having with Steve, a water treatment dealership owner in Ohio, was interrupted by a local computer repair professional returning a desktop that he had been working […]
At the close of the decade… Every year at this time, people begin to think in terms of better things to come. Maybe it’s the holiday season that gives rise to optimism; we hope this […]
Testing POU RO Systems for Pentavalent Arsenic Reduction
By Rick Andrew Arsenic is a naturally occurring mineral that is present in many residential water sources. Many consumers have no worries about arsenic—surveys of US drinking water indicate that about 80 percent of water […]
Using Geology and Well Construction Expertise to Improve Raw...
By Stuart A. Smith, MS, CGWP nd Allen E. Comeskey, MS, CPG Figure 1. Deep test drilling for a new water well field—information is collected by drillers and geologists on formation materials, water yield and […]
Pavel named R.O. UltraTec CEO R.O. UltraTec USA, Inc. has appointed Augustin R. Pavel CEO, effective November 1. Since 2003, Pavel has served as Vice President, responsible for the acquisition and implementation of several new […]
Evolving Risk Assessment of Arsenic Contamination in Groundw...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Once thought to be a pristine water supply requiring little to no treatment prior to consumption, groundwater is now a frequent target of public health concern. Enforcement of the […]
GAED Reveals Pore Sizes in Carbon Blocks Causing Aqueous Dec...
By Henry Nowicki, H. George Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger and Barbara Sherman All activated carbons (AC) are not the same. The main feed-stock sources and types are By Henry Nowicki, H. George Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger and […]
Contaminant Regulation, Where Are We Now?
By Shannon P. Murphy Lead with lead Focusing on contaminant regulations, in general and recently, lead has been king, which brings up the topic of HR 5320 (www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h111-5320). Effectively, it’s a revision to the Safe […]
Study benefits explained to Congress This past year, the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) and WQA poured a lot of money into two key studies that will pay real dividends for our industry for many […]
Pentair reported third-quarter sales up 17 percent year-over-year to $774 million (USD), with double-digit growth in both the Water and Technical Products divisions. Residential flow sales were up one percent, while filtration sales were up […]