Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Drinking Water, Downpours and Disease

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Adverse health effects associated with heavy rainfall events have been documented globally. Seasonal rains are commonly identified as precursors to increased surface water and groundwater contamination potentials and a […]

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Testing POU RO Systems for Uranium Reduction

By Rick Andrew Uranium is a naturally occurring element, 51st among all of the earth’s elements in terms of abundance. Its average concentration in the earth’s crust is estimated to be two to four ppm, […]

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Flexible Scheduling Encourages Community Service

By Donna Kreutz Asevere Midwestern winter is enough to drive anyone indoors and that’s what happened to Butch Rosecke when he worked construction in northern Illinois. “In January 1991, the weather was cold and freezing […]

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Getting Mondays Right

By Candice Wentling In a sales organization, the beginning of the week can be disorderly, reactionary and overwhelming at times, even when we have properly planned in advance. It’s at these times that sales expectations […]

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Recruitment 101: Attracting the Next Generation of Water Tre...

By Erik Koglin The water treatment industry is booming. You may be considering growing your business to keep up with the demand, but where do you find good recruits? With unemployment rates at record lows, […]

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How Consumers are Driving the Future Use of UVC LEDs

By James Peterson Water quality is increasingly a topic of concern across the globe. The days of consumer confidence in a clean water supply are fleeting and because of this, water treatment products are facing […]

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Water Softeners and Corrosion

By Bryanna Poczatek and Eric Yeggy This article aims to address the common misperception that cation-exchange water softening causes corrosion. This is not the case: a properly configured water softener does not make the treated […]

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Robert Barker mourned

Robert Barker was born in Rhode Island in 1927 and died on January 2, 2019. From a very young age, he could be found with pencil and paper, drawing cowboys and horses. At the age […]

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Ricci, shower filter inventor, mourned

E. George Ricci passed away on December 15, 2018 in Los Osos, California. Born November 4, 1930, in Los Angeles, he attended East Los Angeles College before completing his degree at UCLA and serving in […]

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Elias added to IDE Board

IDE Technologies announced that Dan Elias, attorney, Founder and managing partner of Elias Group LLP, was appointed to the IDE Americas Board of Directors. He founded Elias Group in 1986 and developed it into one […]

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