Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Flowrates and the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards

By Rick Andrew Flowrate seems to be such an elementary concept that it might strike readers as odd that an entire article could be devoted to the subject. Although the concept is elementary, the implications […]

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People

President, Director announced by Watts Watts Water Technologies, Inc. announced that Srinivas K. Bagepalli joined the company as President of North America and W. Craig Kissel was elected as a member of the Board of […]

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Ultraviolet Light-Resistant Viruses Revealed

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Waterborne adenoviruses cause significant illness worldwide and have high fatality rates in immunocompromised individuals. The increased use of ultraviolet (UV) light to treat drinking water has led to concern […]

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Global Spotlight

After working for more than two years with US EPA officials, the water treatment industry recently learned the agency may be putting on hold its plan to create WaterSense standards for water softeners. The WaterSense […]

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Certification Decisions Do They Have to Be So Hard?

By Tina Fischer, CWS-VI Choices, choices, choices. Each day, we are forced to make thousands of them. These choices range from  simple things to much more difficult choices and each moment of every day is […]

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Chester Paul Company, the Family Distributor for the Water T...

By Denise M. Roberts Chester Paul Company 312 Western Avenue Glendale, California 91201 Tel: (800) 227-2093 Fax: (818) 240-8804 Employees: 24 Facilities: 3 Founded in 1948 by Chester Paul Caughron, the Chester Paul Company is […]

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When it ‘Raynes’ in Southern California

By Denise M. Roberts With a 50-year history and a combined customer base of more than 6,000 accounts, Rayne Water Systems, along with Rayne of the Valley, form the backbone of the RWS family of […]

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Chillin’ with Old Man Winter…

By Greg Reyneke, CWS-VI Old Man Winter is already nipping here in the northern hemisphere. Snow is falling in some areas and a natural question extends to winter and its effect on water softeners and […]

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California Groundwater Association Annual Convention REcap

By Denise M. Roberts The California Groundwater Association kicked off its 2011 Annual Convention in Reno, Nevada on Wednesday, November 3. Although smaller than the National Ground Water Association annual convention (to be held at […]

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Aquatech Amsterdam, Another Success Story

By WC&P Staff Since its establishment in 1964, Aquatech Amsterdam has developed into the world’s most authoritative trade exhibibition purely focused on water, and serves as the meeting point for everyone active in the field […]

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