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Recent implementation of the Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT1ESWTR) has increased potable water sampling and analysis...
Since the 1960s, municipalities and industries have used packaged water treatment plants to successfully and economically treat small water supplies...
Maintaining the proper concentration of dissolved oxygen in an aeration basin is necessary to keep microorganisms alive for breakdown of the organic...
In order to satisfy California’s unrelenting demand for energy, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) worked with Environetics, Inc. of...
Editor’s Note: Part 1 of this series provided a timeline for the development of a drinking water standard for arsenic. It also summarized the...
Metals such as bronze, copper and iron have been used for thousands of years by man for both peaceful and non-peaceful purposes. One of the most...
Using reclaimed water for non-potable purposes as a means of conserving potable water supplies is the most prevalent method of water reuse in the...
While the face of Pennsylvania’s rural communities continues to change from bucolic farms to mushrooming suburbs, new residents are asking their...
Decentralized wastewater treatment presents us with a range of possibilities for community preservation and watershed management. However, these...
House Panel Approves Infrastructure Measure A bill authorizing $20 billion for wastewater infrastructure over five years has been approved by the U.S...
A San Francisco Superior Court jury has found that gasoline with the additive methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) is a defective product and that two...
Last year I was elected vice president of the American Society of Business Publication Editors–Chicago Chapter. Since then I have learned just...
This article is part one of a three-part series addressing water chemistry basics.   Basic water chemistry, terminology and applications can be very...
For better or worse, advertising is an integral part of global cultures. You can find it everywhere—in print and broadcast media, airport terminals...
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...

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