Ozone Generating Systems—Swimming Pool and Spa Application...
By Kelly Johnson, MWS Ozone (chemically written as O3) is a great swimming pool and spa oxidizer. Though not a stand-alone sanitizer or oxidizer, we will learn that it supports traditional pool and spa sanitizers, […]
Ozone AOP for Emerging Contaminants?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS Today’s water improvement landscape is quite different from years past; there are contaminants being discovered in water now that we are still grappling to fully understand. Legislators and water treatment professionals […]
Size Isn’t Everything
By Greg Reyneke, MWS My first real mentor in the water quality improvement industry was C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud. Among our many discussions over the years, one that stands out distinctly in my mind was almost […]
‘Too Good to Be True’
By Donna Kreutz Robbie Fayle, company Founder and inventor, knew the problems of hard water in Australia. She was a science teacher and after leaving teaching started CALCLEAR. Fayle’s team worked with distributors and hydroponic […]
IWSH Community Plumbing Challenge Solves Domestic Water and ...
By Mike Flenniken The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials’ (IAPMO) charitable foundation IWSH (International Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Foundation) harnesses the skills and expertise of water-industry professionals, organizations and manufacturers to support critical […]
Using Motivators to Make a Worthy Offer
By Dale Filhaber A worthy offer is a key part of a winning direct-marketing package. Even if you have the best mailing list in the world, if you are not making a worthy offer, your […]
By Candace Wentling If you have spent any time in a sales leadership position, you are probably familiar with comments that insinuate that a sales professional is not getting enough leads, that the leads are […]
Rainwater Catchment and Treatment
By Bryanna Poczatek Rainwater can be a sustainable source of water for many applications. But water treatment professionals need to consider how to test for and treat a variety of contaminants that may have been […]
Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water: The Myths and the Facts
By Gary Battenberg and Peter Cartwright, PE Note to WC&P readers: The purpose of this article is to counter a recent blog from India that is critical of POU RO drinking-water treatment. It contains out-dated […]
New WQA Consumer Study Helps Dealers Target Key Markets
By David H. Martin The WQA introduced the findings of its latest national study of consumer opinions and perceptions regarding water quality during the opening session of the April convention in Las Vegas, NV. Americans […]