Can We Rid Our Drinking Water Supply of Lead?
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD As evidenced by national media headlines, congressional hearings and town hall meetings, concern over lead contamination in the US continues to rise. Since the lead drinking water exposure disaster […]
Certification of Water Treatment Systems for Post-Mix Bevera...
By Rick Andrew Water treatment is fundamentally important when it comes to post-mix beverage applications. With post-mix, the locally available tap water is mixed with CO2 and concentrated beverage syrup to produce our favorite soft […]
“Our Strength Is Our Small Size and Brilliant Team”
By Donna Kreutz Twenty-five years. That’s the age of Differential Pressure Plus, Inc. in Branford, CT and the age of its new President, Matt Schell. “The company was established in 1991, the year of my […]
Why Compact Rotary Drill Routine Maintenance Is Essential fo...
By Joseph Haynes When preparing to drill community water wells overseas, it’s understandable that all involved parties have a lot on their mind. Between planning what to pack, researching the destination and the overarching pressure […]
Cation Exchange, Part 3: Back to the Basics
By Gary Battenberg In Part 2, we looked at the basic components of a water softener, which included those components that comprise a typical, standard water softener. This was followed by a description of the […]
Addressing Cooling Tower Challenges with Advanced Water Trea...
By Brian Corbin, PhD The United Nations estimates that by 2030 the world population is expected to increase from seven to 8.3 billion, meaning we will need 30 percent more water and 40 percent more […]
Commercial and Industrial—Time to Take the Plunge?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Before tackling your first commercial/industrial (C/I) project, you need to learn about the process or application, understand the environment in which you and your employees will be working, as well as […]
WC&P bids a sad farewell to Bill Prior
William ‘Bill’ Carr Prior was born on February 14, 1931 to Lina and Emery Prior in Cleveland, OH, joining brothers Dan, Peter and Emery. He attended Hawken School, Proctor Academy and Case Institute of Technology, […]
H2O Mourns Loss of ‘Steve’ Corley
James Steven Corley passed away January 18 after a rapid decline in health. He worked at H2O International since 1996 as Warehouse Manager. With more than 40 years of industry experience, he was the go-to […]
Arndt named AWWA treasurer
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) Board of Directors elected Aurel Arndt as association Treasurer during its winter board meeting. He was most recently CEO/CFO at Lehigh County Authority water and wastewater utility, Allentown, PA. […]