Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

New Support for Monitoring and Reducing Contamination of Pri...

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD In December 2020, US EPA announced the availability of $1.7 million (USD) in grant funding to provide technical assistance and training to support private drinking-water well owners. According to […]

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NSF/ANSI Standards for Ion Exchange

By Rick Andrew Ion exchange has long been one of the important tools in the water treatment toolbox. Recognizing its significance in the industry, a number of NSF/ANSI standards address ion exchange in various ways, […]

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A Couple of Culligan Men

By Emma H. Peterson Nothing demonstrates the strength of a company like the people who hold its roots. Healthy Water Solutions from Culligan Water was established earlier this year as a partnership between two high-school […]

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Plumbing Codes Revisited–How They Apply to Water Treatment

By Thomas Palkon Revisions to the newly published 2021 plumbing codes have officially begun. As mentioned in the previous article, submittals to propose changes to the 2024 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) were due on January […]

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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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Ion Exchange–There’s More than One Type of Resin

By Greg Reyneke, MWS The granular ion exchangers used in water softening systems were historically referred to as zeolites and nowadays, simply as resin when discussing synthetic ion exchange softening media. Natural zeolites exhibit unique […]

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People

Marcello, Nunez, Lindsay promoted at IAPMO The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) announced the promotions of Tony Marcello to Senior VP of Training and Credentialing Services; D.J. Nunez to Senior VP of […]

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Global Spotlight

North America Lead and copper rule strengthened Last December, US EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the first major update to the agency’s Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) in nearly 30 years. This historic action strengthens […]

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Viewpoint: Are we repeating 2020 or adapting?

Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher As we move into the new year, we are receiving more notices of meetings and conferences being cancelled, postponed or turned into virtual events. An old pearl of wisdom, relevant to […]

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