Trade-Offs to Pandemic Disease Treatment: Impact of Increase...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Anew study has been published on the use of mathematical models to estimate the impact of influenza medications on treatment plant efficacies. This theoretical approach enables researchers to readily […]
Fail Safe in NSF/ANSI 55
By Rick Andrew Disinfection of drinking water is accomplished through several different means. One of the most common and most effective is ultraviolet (UV) disinfection using a low-pressure mercury source. UV disinfection can be used […]
Aquatech 2011 Highlights: Canadian Legacies
By Kevin Wong The WQA Aquatech USA 2011 tradeshow and conference, the largest water treatment show on the continent, was held in March in San Antonio, TX. As a meeting place to showcase the best […]
PWQA Descends on California Capitol
By Frank DeSilva Legistlative Days 2011, which was held February 22 and 23 in Sacramento, afforded us the opportunity to discuss water issues face-to-face with many of the California State Senators and Assemblymembers. I consider […]
Aquatech 2011: Business and Fun Along San Antonio’s Riverw...
By Denise M. Roberts Sunny San Antonio, TX played host to WQA Aquatech 2011, providing welcome relief from freezing temperatures and snow for many attendees. The Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, close to the Grand […]
Bigger Profits, Fewer Cancellations– Bye-Bye Large Retaile...
By Gary Coon Sound like a tall order? It isn’t. It’s all about selling the right product at the right price. This is more easily accomplished by providing the proper incentives and employing the right […]
It’s All in the Family at American Pure Water
By Denise M. Roberts American Pure Water, Inc. (formerly American Water Treatment, Inc.), a family-owned firm that’s been in business for over 25 years, serves clients in a 70-mile radius of Rockford, IL. The company […]
Water Testing for Legal Purposes
By Marianne Metzger When testing water, one must consider the intended use of the results, before determining what type of tests needs to be done. When testing for legal purposes, either to meet regulatory requirement […]
Global Trends Drive Growth of Advanced UV Disinfection for S...
By Rick VanSant The world is moving toward best-practice water treatment protocols whereby, in simple terms, we will treat water when we take it out of the environment, treat it before we reuse or recycle […]
Ultraviolet Technology A Primer
By Bruce Laing History—UV is not a new technology UV disinfection is an established technology supported by decades of use in applications from drug manufacturing to wastewater treatment. The germicidal properties of sunlight were discovered […]