Water Quality Impact from California Wildfires
By Shannon Murphy Living in the southwestern United States since the summer of 2003 has brought to me heightened awareness and (unfortunately) first-hand experience to the news and the effects of wildfires. This year seems […]
Arsenic Toxicity: Why and How to Remove It from Drinking Wat...
By Gary Battenberg What is arsenic toxicity? Arsenic toxicity, also referred to as chronic arsenicosis in humans, is well known and occurs when one is exposed to high levels of arsenic more than 0.05 mg/L. […]
Using the WQRF Contaminant Occurrence Map to Research Ground...
By Kim Redden If you’ve been in the water treatment industry for any length of time, you likely have heard about the need for a comprehensive national water quality dataset for private wells. Since private […]
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 […]
Lifetime Versatility of UVC LED Technology for Water Purific...
By Sébastien Blumenstein, PhD In response to the COVID-19 pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2, UVC LEDs have emerged as a pivotal technology for disinfecting surfaces, as well as creating safer environments in public areas, working spaces […]
2020 Bottled Water Industry Update
By Jill Culora Bottled water reaffirmed its position as America’s favorite drink by outselling carbonated soft drinks (by volume) for the fourth year in a row in 2019. According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation (BMC), […]
Water Vending in India
By Dennis Abraham In today’s global setting and with increasing human demands, people often like to get what they want, where they want. This is the same for drinking water as well. Gone are the […]
Iron and Manganese Removal – Options and Cautions
By Matthew Wirth Iron, manganese and hydrogen sulfide gas are all nuisance actors in water. They exist in various forms and they complex with other waterborne contaminants to create difficult compounds to control. Because of […]
Back to the Basics: The Benefits of Liquid Sodium Hypochlori...
By Terry Arko Overwhelming product choices for pool water treatment In today’s world, the consumer has become overburdened with product choices. Everything from food, beverages and clothing to media, technology and personal care products have […]