Understanding the Impact of Fracking on Drinking Water Quali...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD In the US, between 25,000 and 30,000 new wells were drilled via hydraulic fracturing (also known as fracking) from 2011-2014.(1) Since 1990, more than 25 states were subject to […]
PFOA and PFOS Reduction Testing
By Rick Andrew One of the hot topics in the world of drinking water (especially in the area of drinking water treatment) is perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS). These compounds are not naturally […]
Passion for Water—From Delivering Salt to Owning a Family ...
By Donna Kreutz Nick Naser started in the water industry at age 15, delivering salt for his dad’s company. Once he graduated from high school in 1998, he decided to give the business a try […]
Shifting the Paradigm of Water Purification Systems
By Donna Kreutz In 2014, ChungHo Nais introduced the world’s first water purification system that not only could produce purified hot and cold water and crystal-clear ice but also make a capsule coffee with the […]
Another Successful EWQA Convention
By Dean Syrgley The Bear Creek Mountain Resort located in the Poconos of Pennsylvania was a very popular address for the 2016 EWQA Convention. Reports from attendees, exhibitors and walk-ins expressed their consensus that this […]
Water Treatment—An Enigma of Its Own, Part 2
By Peter S. Cartwright, PE In Part 1, I addressed the wild claims and nonsensical science behind PWCs designed for scale control. This article is devoted to other water quality improvement claims of these and […]
How Synthetic Diamond Became Industrial Wastewater’s Unlik...
By Tim Mollart, PhD Global industrialization has led to the proliferation of industrial wastewater sources that have the ability to overwhelm conventional water treatment infrastructure in locations where water resources are limited. The cost of […]
WateReuse awards announced
The WateReuse Association recognized extraordinary leadership in water reuse during its Annual Awards luncheon at the 31st Annual WateReuse Symposium. Awardees included Person of the Year, Bart Weiss, Hillsborough County Public Utilities Department (FL); Young […]
Cosman appointed AquiSense Director
AquiSense Technologies has appointed Jim Cosman Director of Business Development. He brings with him an impressive background in developing new markets for UV disinfection globally and has a deep understanding of what it takes to […]
Acosta appointed Dosatron VP
Dosatron International, Inc. has appointed Juan Emilio Acosta as VP, Business Development–Latin America. He brings over 25 years of experience in animal production in that region and his strong experience with the animal health markets […]