New Tools for Assessing Groundwater Risks
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Groundwater is often thought of as being protected, pristine and the perfect private water source. Contaminant sources, including septic tanks, storage tanks, hazardous waste manufacturers, landfills and environmental runoff […]
Eastern Water Quality Association Annual Convention Rec...
By Dean Srygley Lancaster, PA provided a beautiful backdrop for exhibitors and attendees from throughout the US as they gathered for the September 2015 EWQA Convention and trade show, held at the Hilton DoubleTree Resort. […]
Testing of Systems for Iron and Manganese Reduction
By Rick Andrew Having recently moved into a home in Michigan that is served by a private well, I have experienced iron-contaminated water firsthand. Even as my wife and I first toured the home during […]
The Art and Science of Quality Water
By Donna Kreutz Quality Life Solutions 120 Westwoods Drive Chapin, SC 29036 Toll-free: (888) 320-4420 Tel: (803) 932-4426 www.quality-life-solutions.com Employees: Seven, Service vehicles: Five Catastrophic flooding in the lowlands of South Carolina this fall kept […]
Philanthropy and the Water Industry: An Update from Wishing ...
By Wishing Well International Foundation Wishing Well International Foundation (WWIF) is very proud to announce that the Water Quality Association (WQA) has listed WWIF as an Endorsed Philanthropic Partner. Following WQA’s official endorsement in March […]
Pretreating for Optimal Arsenic Reduction
By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, MWS It’s tasteless, odorless and colorless in water. It is highly toxic (a fact we have known and employed for over 2,000 years). As little as 100 milligrams will do you […]
It’s Cold Outside!
By Greg Reyneke The changing of the season helps recharge snow packs, inhibits waterborne algae growth and is celebrated by many cultures and traditions as a time to slow down, exchange gifts, appreciate family and […]
We wish you a Merry Christmas
Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher And now for something different…let’s celebrate! Yes, it’s a few days early but we are in the midst of the holiday season, making plans, buying gifts, reaching out to friends and […]
Global Spotlight: December 2015
North America Specialty license required in Colorado The Colorado Plumbing Board recently approved new rules to implement Senate Bill 202, which Governor John Hickenlooper signed into law this summer. It will go into effect on […]
Watts VP named Watts Water has appointed Chris Jamieson Vice President-Marketing. Previously, he served as Vice President-Backflow and Valves. In his new role, Jamieson has responsibility for all functions involved in taking the Watts Water […]