Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Using a Smartphone to Monitor Water Quality

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD News of a new virus detection method has ‘gone viral’ so to speak. Researchers from the University of Arizona have developed a way to use a smartphone to monitor […]

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PFAS Update

By Rick Andrew PFAS, which as many of us have learned is short for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, continues to be a major topic in the news media and in industry discussions. PFAS compounds are […]

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‘Consistently Great Water Quality’

By Donna Kreutz For years, Mark St. Hilaire worked as a licensed plumber in New England, where he routinely encountered an array of challenging water quality issues, particularly with customers who had private wells. The […]

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Finding Good Help

By Greg Reyneke, MWS The sun beat down mercilessly on us as we drove the dusty road toward the work camp where our prospective labor-pool awaited us. We needed 28 strong-backed men to help dig […]

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From Exposure to Illness: What Happens If You Drink Contamin...

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Outcomes following exposure to waterborne contaminants range from absolutely nothing to rapid death. Diarrhea is the most commonly recognized outcome related to contaminated drinking water but for some, more […]

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Evaluation of Cyst Reduction for Bottled Water Filters

By Rick Andrew The NSF/ANSI Drinking Water Treatment Unit (DWTU) standards include evaluation criteria for a wide variety of technologies and products. Requirements for a spectrum of products ranging from system components to multi-stage POU […]

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‘A Pioneering Leader in the Distillation Industry’

By Donna Kreutz In 1984, Al Meder recognized the vast potential and need for high-purity water, foreseeing a growing demand domestically and globally. That’s when he and his wife Pauline moved from Michigan to Lincoln, […]

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Three Summer Journeys in Search of Water Wisdom

By David H. Martin This summer I embarked on three Midwestern water adventures and thought you might find them interesting. Illinois Water Sentinels statewide gathering, June 7-9 A three-day gathering at Augustana College, Rock Island, […]

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The Basics of Healthy Swimming

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Swimming is one of the most popular recreational activities in the United States, resulting in over 300-million person visits each year. Recreational waterborne infections (RWIs) have steadily increased relative […]

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Evaluation of Water Conditioning Devices for Pool and Spa Ap...

By David Nance In order to meet market demand, NSF has developed a testing protocol to evaluate various technologies employed as water conditioning devices in pools and spas. This protocol is described in NSF’s Component […]

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