Managing to Improve: 10 Areas of Emphasis for Workplace Le...
By Bill Blades Approximately 85 percent of all managers in North America became managers without prior education to become one—I’m sure you can imagine how well that goes in many cases. The majority of traits […]
A Hybrid Approach in the Old Pueblo: Rainmaker Technologies,...
Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Bill Madison is running a prototype-like dealership in Tucson, Ariz., the desert home of gila monsters, roadrunners and saguaro cactus as well as one of the fastest growing communities […]
An Exchange with DI Water’s Jim Hunt
Carlos David Mogollón, WC&P Executive Editor Jim Hunt, president of DI Water Inc. and managing partner for The Water Group LLC, both of Amesbury, Mass., has learned running a business isn’t for the fainthearted. Until […]
Community Events and Getting Your Name Out
By David H. Martin Several months after the events of Sept. 11 and with a brighter economic picture, more and more people are emerging from their cocoons and looking to re-establish connections with the larger […]
Testing of Microbiological Water Treatment Devices
By Steve Williams While the six ANSI/NSF Drinking Water Treatment Unit (DWTU) Standards cover many point-of-use and point-of-entry (POU/POE) claims and technologies, there has been a noticeable gap with respect to microbiological treatment. Microbiological claims […]
Children at Increased Risk of Waterborne Contamination
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. All age groups across the globe are impacted by the quality of water. Likewise, all ages are impacted by drinking water outbreaks; however, children are more likely to suffer […]
By C.R. Hall, 2001-2002 President, Water Quality Association WQA President — The Year in Review As I reflect on my year as president of the Water Quality Association, I can only smile. I’ll definitely remember […]
From the Floor to the Podium—Getting Inside the Trade Show
By Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Managing Editor Seeing as it’s the trade show issue, I felt it might be apropos to hit some of the sites that cover such rituals. These — the events — […]
Organizations Team Up in Bringing Clean Drinking Water to Gu...
By Salvatore Foti Summary: In much of the Third World, water quality often suffers as the local economy and its endeavors take precedence over the environment. Two U.S. organizations recognize this environmental fact of life […]
Industry loses veteran; Bushman first to get CWS-V Jim Bushman passed away on Nov. 23. He was 78. He began in the water conditioning industry in 1955 and was the founder and president of AquaLine […]