Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Chlorination and Carbon – Things to Think About

By Greg Reyneke, MWS Americans expect cheap, clean, clear, safe drinking water from every faucet in their home. Achieving that level of convenience is a complex and expensive task, especially in today’s era of limited […]

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Farewell to Mitchell Lipshultz

Industry veteran Mitchell Lipshultz went on his next journey to be with the love of his life, Harriette, on May 6. A first-generation American, he excelled at athletics in his Chicago youth, in the Navy […]

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AWWA scholarships announced

The California-Nevada Section of the American Water Works Association (CA-NV AWWA) announced the recipients of its 2016-2017 scholarship awards. Two $5,000 scholarships for graduate-level education, three $2,500 undergraduate scholarships and one $1,000 drinking water operator […]

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NGWA Farvolden Award winners named

The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation gave Farvolden Awards of $1,000 to four students for paper or poster presentations made at the 2016 NGWA Groundwater Summit in Denver, CO. Given in honor of […]

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Rojas welcomed to Argonide

Argonide Corporation welcomed Gladys Rojas as the company’s Quality Control Coordinator responsible for heading the company’s efforts toward achieving ISO 9001:2015 certification. She joins the Argonide team from Nestle Venezuela, where she served as Quality […]

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Smith appointed to Regional Manager

Nelsen Corporation appointed Jeff Smith as Southwestern Regional Manager to lead and coordinate sales efforts and further current dealer development at the company’s Arizona location. He will also be responsible for creating and executing a […]

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Europe: Calgon Carbon to acquire CECA

Calgon Carbon Corporation has made a binding offer to acquire the wood-based activated carbon, reactivation and mineral-based filtration media business of CECA (Activated Carbon and Filter Aid Business). The transaction is valued at €145.5 million […]

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North America: Lead service line replacement urged

More than 100 water utility leaders from throughout the US and Canada gathered in Washington, DC to share strategies for removing lead service lines that connect millions of older homes to water mains. A March […]

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North America: Non-profit trust’s well expansion reported

The Water Well Trust (WWT) has expanded from six to 10 the number of Georgia counties (including Worth, Grady, Twiggs and Washington) eligible to receive assistance for drilling a new water well or rehabilitate an […]

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North America: IAPMO news roundup

The US Senate passed a comprehensive energy bill (S. 2012) that included sections promoted by IAPMO: a provision authorizing the US EPA’s WaterSense® program and the Nexus of Energy and Water for Sustainability Act (NEWS […]

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