Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

POU RO Systems and Arsenic Reduction

By Rick Andrew One of the technologies commonly employed to help reduce arsenic levels in drinking water, particularly for those people who have private wells that are impacted by naturally occurring arsenic, is reverse osmosis. […]

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Wildfires and Water Quality

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Wildfires in 2020 have reached record proportions in North America. These events are not only damaging to people, structures and land, but also dramatically impact source-water quality. Future predictions […]

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Water Quality Impact from California Wildfires

By Shannon Murphy Living in the southwestern United States since the summer of 2003 has brought to me heightened awareness and (unfortunately) first-hand experience to the news and the effects of wildfires. This year seems […]

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Arsenic Toxicity: Why and How to Remove It from Drinking Wat...

By Gary Battenberg What is arsenic toxicity? Arsenic toxicity, also referred to as chronic arsenicosis in humans, is well known and occurs when one is exposed to high levels of arsenic more than 0.05 mg/L. […]

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Using the WQRF Contaminant Occurrence Map to Research Ground...

By Kim Redden If you’ve been in the water treatment industry for any length of time, you likely have heard about the need for a comprehensive national water quality dataset for private wells. Since private […]

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Water is Often Unappreciated—This Must Change

By David H. Martin In the view of this environmental writer based in Chicago, IL, water pollution from Great Lakes algae blooms and lead contamination from aging water delivery systems are major issues. Water scarcity […]

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People

WQA’s Burbidge honored WQA Global Regulatory & Government Affairs Manager Kathleen Burbidge has been named to the prestigious 2020 Forty Under 40 list by the Chicago, IL-area Association Forum. The list annually recognizes top association […]

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Global Spotlight

North America Colorado River Basin drought to continue Modeling results for the Colorado River Basin operations released by the Bureau of Reclamation indicates continued drought and an increased chance of potential water shortages by 2025. […]

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Viewpoint: The outlook for the future is not blurry

Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher As we move into the final months of the year, we can acknowledge the industry has been through a very trying period and there is probably more to come. Anxiety over […]

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HIRING EXPERIENCED TECHNICIANS

• Water Science, an independent water conditioning and purification company based in Park City, UT is growing and hiring experienced technicians to service and install water softeners and reverse osmosis systems. Salary depends on experience, […]

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