Rotavirus: A major cause of childhood morbidity and mortalit...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, Ph.D. Rotavirus is a pathogen of the gastrointestinal tract that causes severe acute gastroenteritis and diarrhea among infants and children, and is the most common cause of severe vomiting and diarrhea […]
Global Well Water Issues: Improving Village Water Quality in...
By Kevin McFarland Despite nearly two decades of intense focus, much of the developing world lacks access to safe water supplies. The impact of this reality, both economically and in terms of health, is devastating. […]
Is Your Water Bugged? The Scoop on Developing a New Microbio...
By Lorna Badman The NSF Joint Committee on Drinking Water Treatment Units (DWTUs) has identified a need for a new microbiological reduction standard resulting from an increase in both the technological advances in detection and […]
Providing Star Quality Service: Star Water Systems of Lebano...
By Susan Tom Almost lost between the state capital in Salem and the University of Oregon in Eugene is Lebanon, a small town of 12,000 people that to some would seem as forgettable as its […]
Mutiny on the Bounty: E-business Damage Control Strategies f...
By Steven Delgado, WC&P Senior Editor The small craft advisory flags have now gone up for the World Wide Webâ€™s virtual regatta, where flotillas of startup websites once sailed smoothly as splendid crafts, many backed […]
Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Ill., announced a price increase within its North American Basic Industries Group, which serves the industrial water treatment market. The increase, in the range of seven percent, is attributed to offsetting […]
A Place at the Table: Dealer Roles Redefined at Long Beach â...
By David H. Martin LONG BEACH, Calif.â€”In a sense, every Water Quality Association (WQA) convention is a banquet thrown by manufacturers for water treatment dealers. Out on the show floor, the products on display are […]
Customized Pumps for Saudi Desalination
By Steve Minett A new industrial complex in Saudi Arabia, including desalination and power plants, has been built in Yanbu. The complex needed both cooling water for the power plant and raw water supply for […]
Innovator or Sustainer? Taking Advantage of Change
By David Martin The explosion of new technology is revolutionizing marketing. Change is accelerating at an unprecedented rate. Creativity is challenged as never before to get ahead of changes in the way we market. Still, […]
The Abendroths of Fort Atkinson, Wis.â€” Life is Good When Y...
By Carlos David MogollĂłn, WC&P Executive Editor In December 1963, Curt Abendrothâ€”at age 25â€”got a job offer he â€ścouldnâ€™t refuse.â€ť Thatâ€™s because it came from his father, Renville “Pat” Abendroth, who started Abendroth Water Conditioning […]