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It’s too bad that so many water management and manufacturing firms waste so much money on public relations (PR) activities that have little or no...
Commercial point-of-use (POU) drinking water equipment and services is rapidly evolving into a multimillion dollar market. This growth can be...
Like an international cookbook, the attendees of the Ninth Annual International Activated Carbon Conference (IACC) from around the world contributed...
The theme at the first-of-its-kind Water Security Summit 2001, sponsored by Haestad Methods on December 3 and 4, was “Prevent. Detect. Respond.” More...
Part 1 of this article (January 2002) reviewed legionellosis (the diseases caused by Legionella infection), the sources and transmission of...
In November, President Bush took the opportunity to finalize more than 20 years of debate over the safety of arsenic in drinking water by signing a...
After the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finally announced the new maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 parts per billion (ppb) for...
Arsenic is widespread in almost all types of soil, particularly in association with iron and sulfur compounds. Accordingly, much has been made of the...
In Port Hueneme, California, a state-of-the-art desalination facility uses three brackish water desalination technologies: reverse osmosis (RO),...
Tank painting projects can cost many thousands of dollars, but often the most costly aspect of tank rehabilitation is having your tank out of service...
Editor's Note: In remembrance of the recent 50th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, this article looks at the state-the-art facilities of...
A recent Illinois court decision again brings attention to the seemingly perpetual debate over the adequacy of written contracts. Any public utility...
Following the adoption of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, water storage facilities have become fair game for the installation of antennas and...
A report released by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) and U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) has taken aim at chlorination...
The world is a different place today than it was just a few months ago. Things that were once taken for granted – working in high-rise buildings,...
The old work maxim — “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” doesn’t always apply in the real world. Take the case of the Springfield Metro Sanitary...
The 2002 Winter Olympic Games will result in an unusually large influx of visitors to the ski resort community of Park City, Utah. Although it...
In the private sector, the axiom "time is money" has long held water In the private sector, the axiom "time is money" has long held water. Now, in...
When U When U.S. Highway 98/State Route 30 was first built through Destin, Fla., the only thought given to storm water was how to get it off the road...
There will be another Sept. 11. On that day, in 2002, we’ll see exactly how much progress has been made in the fight against terrorism. Few...

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