Infectious Diseases Can Spread Via Drinking Water
The ongoing 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak reminds us how rapidly infectious agents can travel the globe. Today it is possible to be anywhere in the world within hours. Our increasingly mobile society means that diseases […]
Water Softeners – It’s All in the Family
By Rick Andrew Many of us are familiar with the concept of product families. This idea runs across many industries and product types and has common themes. Small-, medium- and large-size versions of a product […]
‘Healthy Home Experts Since 1924’
By Donna Kreutz Joe Urso has had a close connection to Aerus since he was a little boy growing up in Connecticut. The company started with vacuum cleaners, then expanded into water conditioning and air […]
An Industry Training Veteran’s View: The Evolution of Trai...
By David H. Martin Last June, at the 2019 Water Leaders Summit sponsored by The Water Council, I became reacquainted with David Scurlock. Nearly two decades earlier, he was the subject of a marketing column […]
Private Well Water Arsenic Screening Validates the Need for ...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Information obtained from screening private drinking-water wells for hazardous contaminants promotes health beneficial reaction. The understanding and commitment to consistently maintain POU/POE systems, however, remains a challenge. The POU/POE […]
Testing Anion Exchange Systems for PFOA and PFOS Reduction
By Rick Andrew One of the technologies used to treat PFAS in water is anion exchange. Recognizing the relevance and importance of this technology in combating the growing occurrence and detection of PFAS in water, […]
‘A Result-Oriented, Hands-On, Lean-Thinking Leader’
By Donna Kreutz “When I was a kid, I would take apart every toy I got, rebuild it, then play with it—maybe a sign of an engineer-to-be,” said Jonathan Gur, who has worked in the […]
What’s in a Name?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS When I first moved to America I quickly learned that certain words in South Africa mean different things in here. Our cars have boots and bonnets (trunks and hoods), we stop […]
Preparedness Needs to Mitigate Inevitable Global Disease Out...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD A new report on the inevitable risk of massive disease outbreaks from environmentally transmitted microbes is a reminder of the need to predict, plan and prepare for the future. […]
Upcoming Adjustment to Lead Reduction Requirement under NSF/...
By Rick Andrew Lead in drinking water continues to be a major concern for the general public, especially those served by public water supplies with aging infrastructure. There are several ongoing initiatives to investigate potential […]