Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

When It Comes to Water, Yes, There May Be Light at the End o...

By Klaus Reichardt “New evidence supports scientific fears that the Middle East and North African regions are at risk of becoming uninhabitable in a few decades,” writes Kamal Baher, an Egyptian-born journalist with the Inter […]

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Water Well Project Benefits Texas Family in Need

By Susan O’Grady Relocating to be closer to relatives, Luis and Nancy Salazar moved their family to a small plot of land in Bulverde, TX, near San Antonio, nearly 25 years ago. Over time, the […]

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Water Softening and Conditioning Contracts—What You Need t...

By Don Cleveland We always urge insureds and others in the water conditioning and water filtration business to do business through a written agreement. We have been asked repeatedly to provide some model language for […]

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Approaches for Improving WRRF Treatment Efficiency: All Thes...

By David Cohen Abstract This article references recent developments in water testing which allow for rapid, on-site determinations of cATP; cellular ATP and dissolved organic carbon (DOC). These testing protocols can be implemented to provide […]

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Building Crossroads to a New Water Sector: Looking Ahead

By the International Desalination Association Last month in Dubai, the International Desalination Association presented its 2019 World Congress, themed Crossroads to Sustainability, hosted by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA). For decades now, this […]

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The Water Quality Research Foundation—A History of Success

By Kayla Heriaud The Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF)—formerly the Water Quality Research Council (WQRC) from 1968-2004 and the Water Conditioning Research Council (WCRC) from 1952-1968—serves on behalf of the Water Quality Association (WQA) as […]

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Groundwater Depletion and Decline Caused by Sustained Pumpin...

By Gary Battenberg A brief history of water pumping 2000 BC: The Egyptians invent the Shadoof (a seesaw-like device) to raise water from a river by using a long, suspended rod with a bucket on […]

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Flooded Wells Can Affect Well-Owner’s Health

By Charles A. Job The series of extreme weather events that the United States has experienced recently has drawn attention to groundwater and its role in the daily lives of millions of people and effects […]

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