Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Wildfires and Water Quality

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD According to the USGS, about 80 percent of the fresh water supplies in the United States originate on forestlands. Protection of these supplies from both natural and man-made threats […]

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Water Softener Structural Integrity Testing

By Rick Andrew Structural integrity is one of the key design aspects of POU and POE systems that is addressed by the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards. Although it is not related to public health, structural integrity […]

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Old-World Service with New-World Know-How

By Donna Kreutz Mark Williams began his career as a field engineer testing farm equipment, eventually working his way up to managing a large retail motorcycle business in Harrisburg, PA. With a child on the […]

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‘A True Love of Providing Clean Water’

By Donna Kreutz Maher Aghasi graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from the University of Washington in the nation’s capital and immediately went to work in the water treatment industry. “I was lucky and […]

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Living Without Soft Water…Is Hard

By Gary Battenberg In 1982, when I was first introduced to water conditioning, the only thing I knew about water was that it was hot and cold and ran downhill. But it was what I […]

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Removing Nitrates and Nitrites through New Catalysis Chemist...

By Kimberly N. Heck, PhD; Sujin Guo; Paul Westerhoff and Michael S. Wong Abstract Nitrate (NO3–) and nitrite (NO2–) are ubiquitous surface and groundwater contaminants, as well as a risk to human health. Existing treatment […]

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WC&P’s Technical Review Committee: We’ve Got the Be...

By Denise M. Roberts The water treatment/improvement industry is a complex profession fraught with a host of difficulties and regulatory requirements that would make many run in the other direction. It takes grit, a drive […]

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WQA veteran Maureen Hertel mourned

Maureen Hertel, 91, passed away peacefully in Green Valley, AZ on January 15; she was born on September 12, 1926 in Cedar Rapids, IA. She married Robert Hertel and eventually settled in Wheaton, IL with […]

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AWWA officers announced

The American Water Works Association Board of Directors selected James ‘Jim’ Williams as the association’s next President-elect. An AWWA member for over 30 years, Williams is currently the General Manager at Peerless-Midwest, a Suez Company. […]

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Carbon Hall of Famers announced

Professional Analytical and Consulting Services (PACS) and Activated Carbon Services Inc. announced two new members of the Activated Carbon Hall of Fame. Fred Tepper will be honored with the award and will provide a plenary […]

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