The Benefits and Risks of Bottled Water Supplies
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Bottled water sales have been on a mostly steady increase for over a decade. It is now the number-one beverage in the United States and has been for several […]
Standards for Treatment Technologies Used with POU Water Coo...
By Rick Andrew Certain POU water treatment technologies are designed for use with POU water coolers. When used with coolers, these technologies are treating potable water supplies to help address concerns with taste, odor, appearance […]
The Best Kept Secret of the Plumbing Industry
By Emma H. Peterson If there’s one thing Eric Brockmire knows about plumbing, it’s everything. After nearly 30 years of experience in the plumbing industry, Brockmire is highly renowned for his expertise in all things […]
Coping with the COVID-19 Era Via Interactive AR Training Web...
By David H. Martin This column is a companion piece to An Industry Training Veteran’s View: The Evolution of Training, which appeared in the March issue of WC&P. David Scurlock, who had been scheduled to […]
Make-shift Pools and Essential POU Maintenance
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD With everyone stuck at home and community pools shut down, stock-tank pools are having a moment.1 These galvanized metal containers are staples on farms and ranches for watering livestock […]
Developing a New Contaminant Reduction Claim under NSF/ANSI ...
By Rick Andrew One of the questions that I am asked from time to time is why there are requirements for claims of reduction of certain contaminants included in the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards, whereas other […]
As Important as the Water We Drink Is the Air We Breathe
By Emma H. Peterson There is no doubt that the prolonged presence of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced businesses to make risky, drastic changes, some being more successful than others. But with help from the […]
Residential Ozone Applications
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Ozone is a highly effective technology for addressing numerous waterborne contaminants in commercial, industrial and recreational water usage environments. There are, however, relatively few dealers that use it on a consistent […]
Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD In many regions, the reopening of businesses following pandemic lockdowns have been associated with a spike in SARS-CoV-2 exposure and COVID-19 infection rates. By nature, the POU water treatment […]
Water Reuse Recycling Systems
By Sharon Steiner By 2030, 47 percent of the world’s population will live in areas of high water stress (Food and Agriculture Organization, 2007) and water scarcity, and some arid or semi-arid regions will displace […]