A Brief History of Ion Exchange Water Treatment
By Gary Battenberg In 1850, agriculturalist Harry Stephen Meysey Thompson and chemist John Thomas Way observed that when a solution of ammonium sulfate was passed through a specific type of soil, the effluent solution contained […]
NSF 401 Drinking Water Treatment Units–Emerging Compounds/...
By Rick Andrew Last March, the Water Matters column presented information about a new standard under development by the NSF Joint Committee on Drinking Water Treatment Units. This standard, being developed by the NSF DWTU […]
And now a word from WQA CEO Dave Haataja “Water is becoming a high-stakes business where there’s money to be made everywhere you look.” That is the compelling statement from Charles Fishman, The New York […]
Kelly named Trigen Director Triogen, a branch of Degremont Technologies (Suez Environment group) has appointed Tom Kelly as Managing Director. He succeeds company Founder Jim Wheatley, who will be retiring after more than 30 very […]
North America WQA to offer testing through partnership with Jana The Water Quality Association (WQA) announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Jana Laboratories Inc. (Jana), a laboratory with the largest oxidation-resistance test and […]
Nobody Does It All!
By Denise M. Roberts One of the single most important aspects of becoming successful is realizing that one person cannot do it all and cannot make everything happen to their satisfaction. The ability to create, […]
Celebrating Four Decades at Vermont Water
By Denise M. Roberts Vermont Water Inc. 980 Colby Hill • Lincoln, VT 05443 Tel: (800) 639-7038 • Fax: (802) 453-5179 email@example.com www.vermontwater.com Employees: Three • Vehicles: Three Vermont Water Inc. thrives in a rural, […]
Ion Exchange–Taking It to the Next Level
By Greg Reyneke, CWS-VI Ion exchange (IX) is one of the most cost-effective and reliable water quality improvement technologies in the marketplace today, proving itself year after year as the gold standard for cost, performance […]
FilterCor’s filters, manufactured in the US for over 20 years, provide increased surface area, lower pressure drop and longer service life. Pleated filters are manufactured in polypropylene for wider chemical compatibility and industrial use; polyester […]
Water-based Virus May Cause Rheumatoid Arthritis
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Avirus commonly isolated from water is in the news again. This time, the mimivirus has been linked to patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers hypothesize that these water-based, naturally occurring viruses […]