Contaminant Regulation, Where Are We Now?
By Shannon P. Murphy Lead with lead Focusing on contaminant regulations, in general and recently, lead has been king, which brings up the topic of HR 5320 (www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=h111-5320). Effectively, it’s a revision to the Safe […]
Staying on Top of Regulation
By Shannon P. Murphy There are, on any given day, numerous pieces of information and line items on each of our to-do lists. It is truly a juggling act to keep all of these balls […]
2009 Technical Review Committee Insights: Shannon P. Murphy
Shannon Murphy joined Watts Premier Inc., of Phoenix, AZ, in 2003 as Vice President, Municipal Water Programs. Watts Premier is a division of Watts Water Technologies. Previously, he was with NSF International, holding positions of […]
Added Value of POU RO with Emerging Water Regulations
By Shannon P. Murphy Over the past year a number of emerging water contaminants received increased press coverage, leading to heightened awareness in the public and regulatory eye. Three of these: uranium, trichloroethylene and the […]
Today’s RO Part 2 – Added Value for Small System Complia...
By Shannon P. Murphy (or it’s still not your Father’s Oldsmobile!) Last month we reviewed some of the lab and field test data recently gathered on reverse osmosis (RO) membranes. What these revealed is that […]
This is Not your Father’s Oldsmobile: Today’s RO
By Shannon P. Murphy It’s the time of year when auto shows are displaying the new designs and features that are coming down the line in the ‘08 models. It’s also the season for the […]
Real world cost impact of arsenic compliance
By Shannon Murphy As the arsenic rule rolls into effect, there are more real world projects going on-line and a better understanding of the real costs and actual impact that rule is having on large […]
Real World Studies Utilizing Membrane Technology for SDWA Co...
By. Shannon P. Murphy Introduction The world of water regulations and regulated water contaminants continues to change rapidly. In the next few years, public water systems will be impacted by several new water regulations that […]
Looking for an Arsenic Antidote: POU RO Finds a Warm Recepti...
By Shannon Murphy Summary: With the advent of a new federal arsenic limit set to go into effect in two years, some water treatment companies across the nation are conducting their own pilot tests. One […]
Water Coolers—The Meeting of Many Standards
By Shannon Murphy Instant water dispensers have increased their visibility in the market recently. With this increase in sales and distribution, either at the local retailer or through distributors, one question has come up a […]