Water Conditioning & Purification Magazine

Ensuring Safe Building Water Supplies Before Reopening

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD At press time, states were just beginning to lift restrictions around America, allowing previously deemed non-essential businesses to reopen. Many businesses are opening in a phased approach, serving clients […]

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Standards for POU Activated Carbon Systems

By Rick Andrew There are a wide variety of POU systems that utilize activated carbon in granular form or in carbon block form, either as the primary treatment technology in the system or as a […]

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“That Sounds Like Better Math!”

By Emma H. Peterson Alan Branson had never given much thought about the quality of his water. It was never on his radar that water from one place could have a completely different texture and […]

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Safe City Water Made Even Better

By Greg Reyneke, MWS In the era of COVID-19, many people have an acute interest in bacteria, mold, fungus and, of course, virus. While the COVID-19 pandemic created significant fear and concern, our drinking water […]

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NSF/ANSI 55 for UV Systems Including LED UVC

By Rick Andrew NSF/ANSI 55 Ultraviolet Microbiological Water Treatment Systems was first adopted as an American National Standard almost 20 years ago in May, 1991. At that time (and for years afterward), the dominant technology […]

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William Ruckelshaus, a US EPA Chief to Remember

By David H. Martin As this is written, America has learned that the dreaded coronavirus knows no borders. In the 1950s, America learned that the scourge of air and water pollution knows no borders. The […]

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Experts Weigh in on Waterborne Coronavirus Transmission

By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD At the time of this writing, a global effort in social distancing is underway to minimize the spread of SARS-CoV-19 (the virus) and COVID-19 (the disease). Restaurants, bars and […]

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RO Systems and Lead Reduction

By Rick Andrew In January, this column reported on an update to the requirements in NSF/ANSI 53 for the lead reduction claim. Essentially, the Joint Committee on Drinking Water Treatment Units revised the pass/fail criteria […]

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‘By Far the Best Years of My Life’

By Donna Kreutz The Rio Grande Valley at the southern tip of Texas is an ideal location for a thriving water treatment business. “We’re at the end of the line of the Rio Grande River; […]

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Managing Risk in an Uncertain World

By Greg Reyneke, MWS I am not writing this article on an airplane, or in a third-world country while managing a novel water project. Instead, I am with my leadership team, working our way through […]

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