Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Arsenic Reduction Technologi...

By Matthew Wirth and Kevin Osborn They say a day is never a waste if we learn something new. In the world of arsenic remediation, learning something new is the norm, not the exception. With […]

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Testing POU Systems Incorporating Treatment Media for Arsen...

By Rick Andrew There is certainly substantial interest in treating drinking water for arsenic, a naturally occurring mineral that is present in many residential drinking water supplies. For many consumers, arsenic in drinking water is […]

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Viewpoint

Dashing through the snow… Okay, so that isn’t going to happen in Tucson, but we can always hope, right? For those gearing up for the holidays, one of the hallmarks of Christmas is snow. We […]

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Do Your Water Coolers Take into Consideration Mother Earth...

By Amy Reichel It seems like a common trend today is to focus on ways to help save Mother Earth. Suggestions range from planting a tree, brushing teeth without running water, reusing bags, bows and […]

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WQA Supports US EPA in Preparing Congressional Report on Ove...

By Regu P. Regunathan, PhD and Pauli Undesser, CWS-VI Arsenic regulatory background A US EPA rule that established the arsenic maximum contaminant level (MCL) to 0.01 mg/L (10 μg/L) under the Safe Drinking Water Act […]

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People

NGWA President-elect named Contractor of the Year National Ground Water Association President-elect Daniel T. Meyer, MGWC, CVCLD, has been named Contractor of the Year by the California Groundwater Association (CGA). The award, presented at the […]

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The Potential for Waterborne Spread of MRSA

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD The emergence and increased prevalence of the ‘superbug’ bacterium known as MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus), has raised questions as to the routes of transmission related to disease. Reports of […]

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Fleet and Asset Tracking for the Water Treatment Industry

By Ashley Jones Businesses in the residential water treatment industry face a variety of daily operational challenges, including active delivery schedules along with the task of proactively tracking vehicles in order to accommodate ever-changing delivery […]

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Global Spotlight

Steve Steinway, CEO of Propur™ Water Purification Systems, donated 12 KING water purification systems (valued at $5,000 USD) to the Oceanside Fire District in New York for disbursement to district fire stations in need of […]

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Aqua-Max of Maine: Covering the Bases Requires Top-notch Ser...

By Denise M. Roberts   Aqua-Max of Maine 914 Sabattus Street Lewiston, ME 04240 Tel: (207) 782-1005 www.aquamaxofmaine.com aquamaxofmaine@earthlink.net Employees: Seven “Believe it or not, I got into water treatment due in part to being […]

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