South Florida Business for Sale
This is a turnkey business with 31 years in the same business location, offering water conditioning systems, rentals, RO filter changes, pump service, monthly service route. Equipment includes like-new Toyota forklift (235 hrs) and 2016 […]
Microbes and Emerging Chlorine Resistance
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD Chlorine disinfection is used by the majority of drinking water treatment municipalities to control microbial pathogens. Some microbes, however, are resistant to chlorine disinfectants and require additional or substitutive […]
Requirements for the UK Market
By Rick Andrew The UK has established regulations, requirements and testing of water supply fittings since the 1980s. For the purposes of these regulations and requirements, fittings means any product or assembly including valves, connections, […]
Water Conditioning: It Runs in the Family
By Emma H. Peterson Everyone can think of a time when their family was in close quarters, with very little privacy. A family road trip, a holiday weekend or the most evident situation today, being […]
Water Reuse – Maximizing Recovery, Minimizing Environmenta...
By Lior Eshed Water reuse—market overview Water reuse is a proven method for ensuring a drought-proof, safe, reliable, locally controlled water supply and in recent years, more and more countries are incorporating water reuse into […]
Where Has All the Fresh Water Gone and Will It Ever Return?
By Deborah Deal A farmer peers with dismay at his acreage now dusty with dried little shreds of what used to be his young plantings. A mom visits the village stream and finds what used […]
F-Y-R (Find Your Reason)
By Greg Reyneke, MWS One of the benefits of my job is that I get to travel. I travel a lot and I travel far, an average of 200,000 kilometers (124,274 miles) each year. In […]
WEF selects WEF Fellows The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announced 15 distinguished members as the 2020 WEF Fellows recipients. This prestigious designation recognizes members’ achievements, stature and contributions in the water profession. New members include […]
North America NGWA conference to be virtual The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) announced Groundwater Week 2020, December 8-11, will be an entirely virtual event for the first time in the association’s history. While traditionally […]
Viewpoint: Change is in the air, on the ground and in the wa...
Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher October is typically the beginning of fall in most places but temperatures across the board are not representative of fall weather. A freak storm in mid-September brought a foot or more […]