Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

PWQA Annual Convention: New President Ready to Take Action

By Ken Steitz, MWS, CI The 58th Annual PWQA Convention was held October 6-9 at the Pacific Palms Conference and Golf Center, City of Industry, CA, and attended by over 300 individuals and 50 exhibitors. […]

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Global Spotlight

North America California island’s water source to be enhanced by SWRO Catalina Island, CA, potentially facing a mandatory 50-percent cutback in water usage, found some relief by using GE’s advanced desalination technology that will convert […]

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“The Water Business Saved My Life”

By Donna Kreutz Melissa Hardin began her career as a radiation therapist, traveling around the US to work where needed in cancer centers. “I loved it and was good at it—but it didn’t like me […]

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New Requirements for Claims of Nitrate/Nitrite Reduction–P...

By Rick Andrew Nitrate contamination can be an issue for water supplies impacted by agricultural activities. Flooding after heavy rains and runoff can cause elevated nitrate concentrations in surface waters and nitrate can seep into […]

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Australian Watermark Product Certification

By Thomas Palkon and Adam Wegmann Although Australia does not have a large population, it is a good market for drinking water treatment products. Understanding the product certification requirements, though, can be confusing. This article […]

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“Fish where the fish are!” Nov2015_Martin drinking water...

By David H. Martin At last April’s WQA Convention in Las Vegas, past President and multi-market dealer C.R. Hall introduced a slide presentation of the 2015 Consumer Study on Water Quality with some powerful and […]

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Cuban Exile Lives All-American Dream

By Donna Kreutz Electrical engineer Jose Garcia-Piñeyro came to the US from his native Cuba to present lectures at CUNY College in New York in 1993. He seized the opportunity to start a new life […]

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Drinking Water Disinfection: Options and Hazard Management

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Drinking water disinfection is essential for the elimination of microbial contaminants. Several disinfectant options are available depending on the need for primary (typically stronger agents for initial water treatment) […]

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Viewpoint

Another transition, more possibilities November is somewhat of a transitional point in many ways. Depending on where you live, it might be time for trees to change to fall colors; for others, it might be […]

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Desalination Once Again Takes Center Stage in California

By Clifford L. Fasnacht, MWS Desalination (also known as desalting or desal) is the process of removing salts and dissolved solids from saline water (brackish or seawater). In addition to minerals, the process removes most […]

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