No Long Lazy Days of Summer for the State WQAs
By Ronald Y. Pérez This summer, like most, finds the state as sociations holding special events and conferences. The Florida WQA held their annual convention at the Caribe Royal Resort in Orlando, FL from June […]
Cultivating the Rich Soil in the Garden State: Aqua Mech of...
By Ronald Y. Pérez Quotable: “The WQA is doing a great job but I think this industry needs to take a long look at where this certification is going. We need to weed out the […]
Emptying the Website Idea Folder: A Smattering of Sites for ...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor After four years of tracking new water-related websites as well as redesigned ones, it’s time for this “Website of the Month” columnist to hang up the cursor for […]
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Timberrr… Another Calif. City Falls to Softener Ban The city of Fillmore has become the second city in California—Santa Clarita was the first—to enact a ban on new […]
Serving Up Water Treatment in ‘Cajun Country’: Judice Wa...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Broussard modestly boasts of itself as a little covenant community of 7,000 residents just a city-limits sign away from Lafayette, La., and 55 miles west of Baton Rouge. […]
Toeing the Company Line on the Net: Keeping Up with the Wate...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Recently, our office has been made aware of several website changes for various companies related to the water treatment industry. This really should come as no surprise. In […]
The SDWA Goes to Washington: Senator Wants Changes to Legisl...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Sen. James Jeffords (I-Vt.) will propose legislation to overhaul the federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). Another reaction to the Washington, D.C., lead issue, the changes would help […]
From Cold Calling Comes a Hot POU Business: Canada’s Purit...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor As recent as the late 1980s, the term “water cooler” was not a part of the water treatment lexicon in the Burlington, Ontario area. People simply didn’t know […]
Startups Still Wet Behind the Ears: Industry Beginners Find ...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor From Microsoft to McDonalds to the ubiquitous kiosk at your local shopping mall, every business inspiration began with one person with a single idea. This, of course, holds […]
Missouri WQA Serves Up Plateful of Activities for June Meeti...
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor President Mike Chaudoir, of the Missouri Water Quality Association (MOWQA), is heading up what promises to be a very productive and informative summer meeting in Branson, Mo., on […]