Proper Sample Collection Ensures the Most Accurate Laborato...
By Marianne R. Metzger When having drinking water samples analyzed by a laboratory, it is important to collect samples properly to ensure the most accurate results. While sample collection (simply put) is just filling sample […]
Spring: A Time for Change, a Time for Testing
By Marianne R. Metzger Spring is a time known for rebirth and regrowth. It is also an important time of year that can greatly affect the quality of not only surface water but also groundwater […]
Water Testing for Legal Purposes
By Marianne Metzger When testing water, one must consider the intended use of the results, before determining what type of tests needs to be done. When testing for legal purposes, either to meet regulatory requirement […]
New US EPA Regulations for Drinking Water— What It Means f...
By Marianne Metzger In March, US EPA administrator Lisa Jackson announced there were going to be major changes to how drinking water is regulated. There are four strategies the agency hopes to implement in order […]
Ozone Applications and Measurements
By Marianne Metzger Ozone is a triatomic molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer that it is used as a disinfectant in many applications, including municipal water supplies, bottled water and […]
Commercial Water Treatment – Jar Testing for pH &...
By Marianne R. Metzger Water treatment dealers who have traditionally served the residential market are getting more involved in treating commercial and industrial water systems. The Water Quality Association (WQA) has recently developed educational resources […]
Using Water Testing to Convert Prospects into Leads and Lead...
By Marianne Metzger It’s your marketing efforts that bring a prospect to your company, be it the Yellow Pages or newspaper advertising, trade shows or direct mail (or all four and more!). However, the prospect […]