Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Eliminating Chlorine Residuals from Tap Water

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Drinking water from the tap is not sterile but is regulated to a level of acceptable risk so that infections from microbial exposures and illnesses from chemicals occur at […]

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Considerations in Testing Disinfection, Treatment Equipment ...

By Rick Andrew Disinfection of water to prevent disease can be accomplished with a variety of technologies and approaches and is one of the primary focuses of those in the water industry. As such, various […]

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Purchasing Co-op Saves Dealers Money and Time

By Donna Kreutz “I got into this business through a fluke,” said Nicole Reisdorfer. Fresh out of college, she applied for a job with Allied Purchasing Company in Mason City, IA when the nonprofit co-op […]

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Innovative Solutions for the Global Marketplace

By Donna Kreutz Jerome Barrillon knows exactly why he likes the water industry. “In drinking water filtration, there is a never-ending source of problems to fix.” That’s the heart of KX Technologies – finding solutions […]

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FWQA’s Annual Convention a Big Success

By Florida Water Quality Association This year’s theme, Oceans of Opportunity, lived up to its name at the 2016 Florida Water Quality Association’s Annual Convention, held June 9-11 at the Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, […]

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Clear Choice Hosts Successful Dealer Convention

By Water-Right, Inc. In June, Water-Right, Inc. wrapped up its annual Clear Choice Water Group ‘Celebrate Success’ convention for its network of independent professional-level water treatment dealers. Held at the Bridgewood Resort and Conference Center […]

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The Art of the Recycle, Part 2: Improving Water Productivity

By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, MWS Various regions of the world are facing water shortages. Mother Nature provides us with an adequate amount of clean water but it is not necessarily universally available where needed. In […]

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Swimming Pools of the 21st Century: Advanced Oxidation

By Nick Rancis Crystal clear and safe water is, without a doubt, the primary objective for all swimming pool owners and operators. Swimming is one of the healthiest forms of exercise and an easy way […]

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Standards industry veteran Bell mourned

Frank Bell, who passed away in May, was well-known to many who have worked in the water treatment industry during its formative period, the 1970s and 1980s. He represented the views and ideas of US […]

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Schrotter honored by ASTM

Fran Schrotter, Senior VP and COO, American National Standards Institute (ANSI), has received the prestigious ASTM International 2016 William T. Cavanaugh Memorial Award. (It honors W.T. Cavanaugh, CEO of ASTM from 1970 to 1985, who […]

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