Private Well Water Arsenic Screening Validates the Need for ...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Information obtained from screening private drinking-water wells for hazardous contaminants promotes health beneficial reaction. The understanding and commitment to consistently maintain POU/POE systems, however, remains a challenge. The POU/POE […]
Testing Anion Exchange Systems for PFOA and PFOS Reduction
By Rick Andrew One of the technologies used to treat PFAS in water is anion exchange. Recognizing the relevance and importance of this technology in combating the growing occurrence and detection of PFAS in water, […]
‘A Result-Oriented, Hands-On, Lean-Thinking Leader’
By Donna Kreutz “When I was a kid, I would take apart every toy I got, rebuild it, then play with it—maybe a sign of an engineer-to-be,” said Jonathan Gur, who has worked in the […]
PWQA Legislative Update 2019-2020
By Pacific Water Quality Association Twenty nineteen was another busy year for the Pacific Water Quality Association. Its May legislative event in Sacramento, CA was very productive and with the assistance of WQA’s Dave Loveday […]
The Forgotten Gatekeeper
By Candice Wentling When we think of the most impactful aspects of our businesses we generally invest much of our time and money in training our sales and service staff. We, as leaders, invest in […]
What is Electrochemical Nano Diffusion and How Does it Impac...
By Grant Page The situation is more dire than we think Today, 785 million people1 are impacted by the water crisis globally, with 22 million in the United States alone. Recent studies(2) have confirmed that, […]
WQA 2020 Annual Convention & Exposition Schedule
(All times and sessions are subject to change) Tuesday, March 31 2020 Boot Camp Presentations 8:15 a.m. Leadership Lessons: Articulate Your Passion Candice M. Wentling, MWS, Director, Certified Action 10:00 a.m. Hiring and Retention: Find […]
Iron Removal by Softening Resins
By Peter Meyers There are many rules of thumb and general opinions about iron removal by softeners. Some dealers claim excellent removal, others are skeptical and one on-line advertisement claims that regeneration with soft water […]
What’s in a Name?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS When I first moved to America I quickly learned that certain words in South Africa mean different things in here. Our cars have boots and bonnets (trunks and hoods), we stop […]
PWQA Board announced The Pacific Water Quality Association unanimously elected its new Executive Board in October 2019. Members include President Greg Reyneke, MWS; VP Irma Bishop, MWS; Secretary/Treasurer Russell ‘Russ’ Harrison, MWS and Immediate Past […]