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The Water Quality Association (WQA) held its annual conference and trade show on March 5–9 in New Orleans, La. As if the excitement and history...
Exhibitors at Traffic Expo 2002, held Feb. 10-12 in Dallas,received free commercial time during the new product press conference. The following is a...
An automatic machine control system probably won’t turn an earthmover into the killdozer of horror movie fame, but it might make the equipment seem...
The future of safe drinking water lies squarely in the hands of the point-of-use (POU) water purification industry. Growing awareness among decision-...
Chlorine dioxide is an extremely effective and powerful biocide that has been used for many years as a bleaching agent and slimicide in the pulp and...
Consumer confidence is a critical aspect of any business in today’s marketplace. It is important to be prepared to communicate effectively with your...
Whom you hire is an important decision. The right candidate will bring sales and profits to your company. The wrong one can mean serious losses and...
Membrane technology is widely accepted as a means of producing various qualities of water from surface water, well water, brackish water and seawater...
Users needing to measure the flow of specialty chemicals, food additives, adhesives and other viscous fluids will find an ideal solution in two new...
Jamaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean. It is 144 miles long and 49 miles wide, it is self-sufficient, with major industries based on...
The city of Pasadena, Texas, targeted a variety of objectives for improved customer service in meter reading. Pasadena’s primary goals were...
On November 26, 2001, the new arsenic standard was signed into law—lowering the acceptable level for the contaminant from 50 parts per billion (ppb)...
Built in the early 1970s, The Oakland, Maine, Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) treats and discharges approximately 300,000 gallons per day (gpd)...
Pipeline weighting was invented in the early 1900s to prevent submerged natural gas lines from floating in rivers or wetlands. The first weights...
With an area of 9.6 million square kilometers, China possesses 28,124 * 108 m3 of total water resources. The annual average runoff is 27,115 * 108 m3...
As the population in Southern California increases, more and more demands are being put on the state’s groundwater resources, further exacerbating...
The February 2002 “Legal Stream” discussed the importance of drafting contracts that contain all of the terms and conditions intended by the parties...
Committees Review Water Budgets Congressional committees that deal with water issues are considering a proposed administration budget that calls for...
A group of Senators has introduced legislation that could stop more than $15 billion of water projects and increase the accountability for the U.S....
I recently read an on-line newsletter from a senior position recruitment firm that because of the high turnover rate of senior managers, even non-...

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