Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Search Engines de Jour

By Steven Delgado WC&P Senior Editor There’s a saying used in the two-person beach volleyball circuit: “The setter makes the hitter.” It relates to the relationship between the “setter,” the person on the team who […]

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Missouri Culligan of Tri Lakes Follows Branson from Sleepyto...

By Steven Delgado, WC&P Senior Editor In 1969, the Tri-Lakes area of Southwest Missouri didn’t have the notoriety across “country” it does today. Neither did water conditioning, for that matter, but that didn’t stop Larry […]

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Global Spotlight

Water Pik Technologies, Fort Collins, Colo., donated $100,000 to the Susan G. Komen Foundation as part of its 1999 national partnership to aid in the fight against cancer, which includes sponsoring the “Race for the […]

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Arsenic Reduction Challenges in India and Bangladesh

By Greg Gilles and Sherry Odom Millions of people in India and neighboring Bangladesh are currently at risk of consuming arsenic contaminated groundwater. Arsenic poisoning in these countries has become a disease of epidemic proportion, […]

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‘Filters as Features’ abound at National Kitchen/Bath In...

By David H. Martin CHICAGO—The National Kitchen/Bath Industry Show returned to the Windy City for 2000 with an opulent display of upscale appliances, faucets and fixtures for affluent America’s most frequently used rooms. Some 40,565 […]

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Material Safety Kick-Off

By Jane Wilson, M.P.H. The first meeting of the NSF International Drinking Water Treatment Unit (DWTU) Material Safety Task Group took place in April 2000. The task group was formed in the fall of 1999 […]

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Naegleria fowleri—A New Hazard to Recreational Swimmers

By Kelly Reynolds, PhD Naegleria fowleri is perhaps one of the most daunting waterborne pathogens known in the United States. Although infections are still rare—with a 1 in 100 million chance of contracting the disease—the […]

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What’s New in Water Websites

By Steven Delgado, WC&P Senior Editor E-commerce for the water treatment industry is alive and well on the Internet. This is good news for those businesses ordering hard-to-get water systems parts, living in rural or […]

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Selling System Longevity in the  Land of Enchantment

By Steven Delgado, Senior Editor When potential customers ask Pete Ostwald how long his reverse osmosis (RO) membranes or his softening units will last, he always answers them truthfully: “I don’t know.” “I have a […]

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Global Spotlight

thermo-Sac usa, Phoenix, Ariz., has moved all distribution and administration services to their 10,000-square-foot facility in Palm Desert, Calif., with a larger warehouse space and on-site silk screening. Manufacturing will continue in Arizona and a […]

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