Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

WQA Ozone Task Force—An Update

By Paul K. Overbeck In late 1993, the Water Quality Association (WQA) created the Ozone Task Force under the Science Advisory Committee at the urging of its membership who were starting to see ozone as […]

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Organizing for the Show: Can’t Attend that Meeting, Co...

By Alan P. Sayler, CWS-V, CI As a small water conditioning dealer, taking time away from the office to attend a trade show can sometimes seem to be an almost insurmountable problem. There are many […]

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Government Regulations: Pesticides—Problems and Cures for ...

By Peter Cartwright, P.E., CWS-VI Apesticide, as defined by Webster, is “any chemical used for killing insects, weeds, etc.” It’s generally an organic compound and used primarily in the food processing and agricultural industry, but […]

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Government Regulations: Arsenic—Options for Dealers with I...

By William E. Hall Sr. and Lisa Hall Parks Summary: A lot of new rules on everything from lead and copper to radon to arsenic are coming out this year from the USEPA as required […]

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Certification—WQA Education Program Envisions an Expanded ...

By Susan McKnight, CWS-I Although many trade and professional organizations now offer professional certifications, the Water Quality Association (WQA) program is quite old in comparison to other programs, having been launched in 1977. This industry […]

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Applyling POU/POE Technologies for Diverse Cultures in Asia

By Ken Conrad The need for good clean drinking water is universal. It doesn’t matter where you live, your economic class, your political values or your cultural background. This fact has made the worldwide market […]

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Creating an Online Image with Maximum Impact: Planning Your ...

By Doug Swanson Editor’s Note: The following is the second installment of a three-part series exploring how small firms can take advantage of the strengths of the Internet to advance their business goals. Part I, […]

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Small Business Tips: Depreciation—The Misunderstood Source...

By Joseph Arkin Any business that purchases fixed assets incurs a depreciation expense. That expense recognizes the periodic deterioration in those assets as they’re used in the firm’s operations over their useful life. But depreciation […]

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Vended Water: Testing and Inspection of Water Vending Machin...

By Chang R. Lee, Ph.D., Philip Terrazas and Prosy Abarquez-Delacruz Summary: This article expands on an article written by Larry Eils, of the National Automatic Merchandising Association (NAMA), on surveys in California in 1998 and […]

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Removal of Cryptosporidium parvum from Water by Filtration

By C.R. Fricker Summary: Over the past 15 years, the water industry has recognized the presence of two protozoan parasites in raw waters—Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia intestinalis (also known as Giardia lamblia). This has lead […]

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