Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Accuracy of the Brine System for Water Softeners

By Rick Andrew When we think about testing of water softeners, we tend to think about softening capacity, salt efficiency and pressure drop. These are all very important performance attributes to consider when thinking about […]

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‘Clean Water Has Always Been Our Obsession’

By Donna Kreutz Businessman Stan Dreval was exhibiting at a health expo in his hometown of Fort Lauderdale, FL, when he discovered a passion for water. He stopped to visit with a water treatment distributor […]

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Baker Manufacturing Patently Impacts Water Industry

By Donna Kreutz A.S. Baker patented the first well pump in 1876. By the 1930s, the company he co-founded was manufacturing well supplies of every description. Today, the Baker Manufacturing Company operates four plants, with […]

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Prevalent Pepper Virus: A Contamination Tracker

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD If you eat peppers or products containing peppers, you have likely been exposed to (and probably even infected with) the ubiquitous pepper mild mottle virus. Pepper mild mottle viruses […]

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The Chemistry of Ion Exchange

By C.F . ‘Chubb’ Michaud, MWS Chemistry 101: elements, compounds, acids, bases, salts and ions All of the chemicals listed in The Periodic Table of the Elements (see Figure 1) are made up of atoms, […]

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WQA Schedule of Events

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 8:00-8:50 AM:  Dues Honor Roll Forum 8:00-8:50 AM:  Trends & Critical Issues (0.1 CPD) 8:00-9:20 AM:  Manufacturer/Supplier/Retailer Section 9:00-9:50 AM:  Lead Treatment Threshold in POU Filters (0.1 CPD) 9:00-9:50 AM:  International […]

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It’s Showtime in Orlando!

By Denise M. Roberts By now, most who will be attending the Water Quality Association’s Annual Convention and Exposition in Orlando, FL (March 28-31) will have made their hotel/flight reservations. Now it’s time to take […]

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New appointments at US Water Alliance

The US Water Alliance welcomed Elisa Speranza, an independent consultant and President of Seventh Ward Strategies LLC, as a Senior Fellow. She is a passionate advocate for sustainable water management and a former Senior Vice […]

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NSF’s Holmes honored by ASPE

NSF International’s Dann Holmes, Business Development Manager for Water Systems, has received the Peter Warshaw Award, recognizing his dedication to the tenets of the society. The award honors his strong involvement with ASPE membership and […]

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Knispel named Argonide President

Argonide Corporation announced Raymond Knispel will take over as company President, effective immediately. Fred Tepper will remain as CEO, but will concentrate on future technology research efforts. Knispel has been a part of the Argonide […]

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