Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Testing Manufacturers’ Claims on Activated Carbon Systems

By Rick Andrew Activated carbon is one of the most prevalent and effective media that can be used for water treatment. It has been used for many years and in many forms to improve taste, […]

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Global Spotlight

North America Hague 50th anniversary celebrated Hague Quality Water International, the oldest water treatment manufacturer owned and operated in the US under continuous family ownership, announced the celebration of its golden anniversary in 2010. Started […]

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Managing Water Quality in the Gardens by the Bay

By Rhys Thompson, Jan Kamer, Kenneth Er, Ng Boon Gee and Brett.C. Phillips The Gardens by the Bay, a visionary cluster of three distinctive waterfront gardens in the heart of the city of Singapore, epitomizes […]

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Despite the Best Intentions…

By Andrew Warnes On November 4, 2008, residents of Santa Clarita, CA passed a local ordinance with surprising implications. What does the future hold and what lessons were learned? During the general elections of 2008, […]

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Evidence of Novel Waterborne Parechoviruses Associated with...

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Typically considered a ‘silent’ virus infection, recent studies indicate that at least certain types of waterborne  for the virus in their feces by the age of two. Given such a […]

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People

Bailey appointed at CPC Scott Bailey joined Chester Paul Company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the company’s new Linis™ water purification systems division. Previously, he was Vice President of Marketing at PSHI […]

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Pre-Show Planning Pays…Don’t Just Attend– Work Tra...

Pre-Show Checklist Go to www.wqa-aquatech.com for a convention agenda and list of exhibitors to help plan your show strategy in advance. Make a list of personal contacts. Set appointments with key contacts in advance. Set […]

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GAED Reveals Performance Differences in POU Sorbents

By Henry Nowicki, H. George Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger and Barbara Sherman This article compares POU sorbents for trace organic aqueous removals using the Gravimetric Adsorption Energy Distribution (GAED) method. GAED full characterizations1,2 were used to […]

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FLUORIDATION The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Part 2

By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, CWS-VI In Part 1 of this series we pointed out that fluoride, although beneficial as a topical dental treatment, can be detrimental to human health if taken in excess. Currently, about […]

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Clear Creek Water Works Tackles Virginia’s Multiple Water ...

By Denise M. Roberts Clear Creek Water Works is a family business owned by Salesman/Field Technician Mark Jones and his wife Andrea, who is also Financial Officer and Lab Manager. Jones has been a Master […]

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