Arsenic: the Mysterious Metalloid
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Arsenic is an abundant, naturally occurring element that can be found at varying concentrations in the Earth’s outer crust around the world; it is more concentrated in areas where there are […]
We All Live Downstream
By Greg Reyneke, MWS I once visited a diamond mine in rural Africa to supervise a project. While on site, our hosts were very careful to warn us not to use any of the onsite […]
Ozone–A Powerful Tool
By Greg Reyneke, MWS The deadly algal blooms in the Great Lakes of the US in the recent past remind us that water is teeming with life and the nutrition to sustain it. Naturally occurring […]
Chlorination and Carbon – Things to Think About
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Americans expect cheap, clean, clear, safe drinking water from every faucet in their home. Achieving that level of convenience is a complex and expensive task, especially in today’s era of limited […]
Commercial and Industrial—Time to Take the Plunge?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Before tackling your first commercial/industrial (C/I) project, you need to learn about the process or application, understand the environment in which you and your employees will be working, as well as […]
If You’re Not Moving Forward…
By Greg Reyneke, MWS When I first entered the industry two decades ago, one could learn a few basics from more experienced employees or a quick manufacturer’s training class and then navigate the residential treatment […]
It’s Cold Outside!
By Greg Reyneke The changing of the season helps recharge snow packs, inhibits waterborne algae growth and is celebrated by many cultures and traditions as a time to slow down, exchange gifts, appreciate family and […]
Ozone – Why Aren’t You Using It Yet?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Water is one of the most precious commodities on our planet. It is our job as water quality management experts to make that water cleaner, better and more useful while saving […]
What Did You Learn Today?
By Greg Reyneke, Master Water Specialist “If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”—Isaac Newton Do you remember what it was like when you began your career in the […]
Fools Rush In
By Greg Reyneke, CWS-VI Each spring, we discuss commercial and industrial water treatment with our readers, and each spring, I field a number of calls from dealers across the country needing help on projects where […]