Small Systems: Ozone Expertise to Opens Doors to Municipal M...
By Ken Larson Summary: With the 1996 reauthorization of the Safe Drinking Water Act, ozone was named as “best available technology” (BAT) for small system compliance to National Primary Drinking Water Regulations as overseen by […]
Lab Testing: Tray Bacteria Counters for Ease and Convenience
By Andy Meyer Summary: There are advances being made all the time in laboratory testing methods to not only improve detection techniques, but to add to the ease and convenience of the processes. The following […]
Distillation: Forced Condenser Ventilation—A New Approach ...
By Dr. David G. Palmer Summary: Distillate quality is measurably improved by replacing the traditional volatile vent with a simple venturi device. The result is a lowering of TDS, raising of pH, and the ability […]
Well Water: Ion Exchange to Remove High Nitrate Levels in Dr...
By Amy H. Lettofsky, CWS-III Summary: Nitrates are a recurring problem for water treatment dealers, particularly those that specialize in well water applications. An understanding of ion exchange selectivity can help tremendously in diagnosing a […]
Automated Order Processing: Reducing Delivery Time
By Wayne E. Seel In the past, Private Spring Water Company of Foster City, Calif., used a combination of a stand-alone order entry system, accounting system and word processor to track orders for their custom-labeled […]
Advanced Wastewater Treatment Using POU/POE Technology
By Dr. Robert A. Governal Summary: By minimizing mechanical components and simplifying system controls, a low maintenance plant can be cost effectively designed and easily operated and maintained to manage waste water recycle opportunities, including […]
Drinking Water Quality and the Power of Public Perception
By Peter S. Cartwright, P.E. How much does public perception influence governmental policy? Is the voice of the people heard? The answer to these questions is a resounding yes! The government certainly doesn’t respond to […]
Tools: More Useful Equipment to Make Your Job Easier
By Joe Spry In the water treatment industry—as in every other industry today—the major concern driving new product innovation is increased productivity. People want tools that do more than one job, so they can work […]
Water Treatment Education: New Program Makes Splash at Arizo...
By David Paul At 6 p.m., it’s usually time for dinner for most people. For others, it’s time to relax in front of the TV or go to the local sports bar. For many, it […]
Solving Blue-Green Water
By Larry Henke Summary: A common frustration for water conditioning dealers is that of blue/green staining. Although usually caused by corrosion of water pipe and fixtures, its remedies are complex and often elusive. But remedies […]