Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Ion Exchange Reactions: A Review

By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, CWS-VI Ion exchange is versatile When you think about water treatment processes that can remove the dissolved salts from feed streams, there are many options. Ion exchange, reverse osmosis, distillation or […]

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State Budget Cuts and Drinking Water Quality Impacts

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Justification for costs associated with disinfection of drinking water supplies in Wisconsin has come under attack. State lawmakers have introduced two new Senate bills, repealing a requirement for disinfection, […]

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Common Pesticides Disrupt Crucial Human Hormones

By Greg Reyneke CWS-VI As a water quality improvement professional, it is your responsibility to learn and understand the relationship between water quality and the quality of your customers’ lives. Recently, results were released from […]

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Watts director named Watts Water Technologies, Inc. elected Merilee Raines as a member of the Board of Directors and she was appointed by the Board to serve as a member of each of the Audit […]

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Small Footprint – Big Benefits

By Jim Lauria The City of Weatherford, Texas, had a big challenge on its hands – to nearly double the capacity of its drinking water treatment plant in a 2,700-square-foot space. Adding six MGD (22.7 […]

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Point-of-entry Systems: Examining Water Treatment Options

By Phil Jones Point of entry (POE) is the term commonly used to define any water treatment system or combination of systems, designed to alleviate water quality issues at the point where water enters a […]

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Evaluation of a New Ion Exchange Drinking Water System

By H. Martin Jessen Introduction This article explores the effectiveness of a new ion exchange technology (see Figure 1) that employs electricity to perform ion exchange, extracting dissolved solids, and producing high quality drinking water. […]

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J&J Pumps: A Family Affair

By Denise M. Roberts Many companies are multi-generational while others primarily employ family members. J&J Pumps, Inc. does both. The corporation boasts three generations, led by President John Hale, his wife Dolly as CFO and […]

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Chloramine Reduction and Fountain Beverage Filtration System...

By Rick Andrew The US has a long history of using free chlorine residuals for drinking water disinfection, dating back to the 1800s. There has been great success in protecting the public against diseases that […]

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