Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Ensuring Safe Building Water Supplies Before Reopening

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD At press time, states were just beginning to lift restrictions around America, allowing previously deemed non-essential businesses to reopen. Many businesses are opening in a phased approach, serving clients […]

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Standards for POU Activated Carbon Systems

By Rick Andrew There are a wide variety of POU systems that utilize activated carbon in granular form or in carbon block form, either as the primary treatment technology in the system or as a […]

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ASSE 1087–2018 Commercial and Food Service Water Treatment...

By Thomas Palkon After joining the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) in 2015 from the Water Quality Association (WQA), I began studying the US and international plumbing codes in greater detail. Having […]

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COVID-19 from a Water Guy’s Perspective

By Peter S. Cartwright, PE Introduction There’s so much we don’t know about the virus behind this pandemic, but we are learning a little more each day. To the microbiologists, this virus is known as […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Activated Carbon Application

By Gary Battenberg Brief history The ancient Egyptians used charcoal to smelt ores to make bronze, adsorb unpleasant odors, cure intestinal ailments and for use in the preservation of the dead as far back as […]

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Safe City Water Made Even Better

By Greg Reyneke, MWS In the era of COVID-19, many people have an acute interest in bacteria, mold, fungus and, of course, virus. While the COVID-19 pandemic created significant fear and concern, our drinking water […]

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NSF/ANSI 55 for UV Systems Including LED UVC

By Rick Andrew NSF/ANSI 55 Ultraviolet Microbiological Water Treatment Systems was first adopted as an American National Standard almost 20 years ago in May, 1991. At that time (and for years afterward), the dominant technology […]

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Communicating in a Crisis

By Wes Bleed Crisis communications is typically the province of public relations professionals, otherwise known as spin doctors, who take a bad news story that threatens the reputation of an organization or individual and somehow […]

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Inside the 2021 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC)

By Thomas Palkon The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) published the 2021 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) in March. As anticipated, the 2021 edition has some significant modifications to the sections covering drinking […]

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William Ruckelshaus, a US EPA Chief to Remember

By David H. Martin As this is written, America has learned that the dreaded coronavirus knows no borders. In the 1950s, America learned that the scourge of air and water pollution knows no borders. The […]

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