Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Dividing The Indivisible

By Dick Aubrey Introduction Consider the value of a vacation home owned by a woman we’ll call Mrs. Jones. Her husband had died years ago and her daughter’s family was the only ones to use […]

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Are wet bottles giving you the slip?

By Matthew Forknall The littlest things can damage a conveyor and stop production, whether filling five bottles of water per day or 50,000. Tiny droplets of water are a case in point: they’re everywhere on […]

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The Metacatalyst: A Private Equity Perspective of Water

By Christoph Lueneburger cat·a·lyst (k t l- st) n. A substance that initiates or accelerates the speed of a reaction between other agents without changing itself in the process. Introduction I recently discovered an emerging […]

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The Microbial Quality and Safety of Bottled Water

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD The bottled water market has steadily increased over the last decade and is now the second largest category of commercial beverage by volume sold in the United States (carbonated […]

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Harvesting the Future: Water Bottles Made From Corn-based PL...

By WC&P Staff PLA is the future of the bottled water industry and the entire packaging industry. The green revolution has burst into the drinking water industry like a bag of microwave popcorn. New technology […]

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Pacific Water Quality Association: Bratwurst Does a Body Goo...

By Karen R. Smith Most organizations have a hard time keeping their members motivated during the summer months, what with the allure of sun and surf…but not PWQA. The Pacific Water Quality Association has had […]

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Surfing for Refreshment: The Bottled Water Store.com

By Nate F. Searing Introduction “The idea for The Bottled Water Store.com came to me as early as 1996,” says Jeff Dunn, the owner of the world’s largest and most diverse online bottled water establishment. […]

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Finding Success in Search: Search Engine Marketing

By Garry Grant Several months ago, we discussed the basics for developing and maintaining an informative, attractive and functional website for everything from generating leads to e-commerce for the water treatment professional (See Website Manifestation: […]

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Everything you always wanted to know about vehicle wrapsR...

By Karen R. Smith* …but were afraid to ask! Truck signage is as old as trucks themselves, and the first motor truck was built in 1896 by the German automotive pioneer Gottlieb Daimler. (Daimler’s truck […]

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Bottled Water and Homeland Security

By Bob Hirst Introduction Contamination of the Unites States’ food supply by domestic or foreign terror groups is a threat that has the potential to cause mass morbidity or even mortality. In this era of […]

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