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Beginning over a century ago, studies have been conducted to address the broad range of drinking water quality problems that originate in water...
As someone who makes a living teaching people to sell, there is one sales secret I hate to reveal. The fact is, you don’t have to be a great...
A newly installed production field natural gas compressor package was exhibiting excessive vibration throughout the inlet piping. Fearing a vibration...
In the early 1990s, the Milford-Trumbauersville Area Sewer Authority in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, recognized the need to upgrade the existing...
One of the more contentious issues for POTW wastewater dischargers has been the imposition of general use water quality and effluent limitations for...
As part of an extensive scheme to further improve bathing water standards in the Brighton and Hove (England) area, a project for the diversion of...
Ozone is formed naturally in the atmosphere as a colorless gas having a very pungent odor. Chemically, ozone is the triatomic, allotropic form of...
The Iowa Great Lakes area is located in northwest Iowa and is one of the most desirable summer recreation areas in the Midwest. The three major lakes...
Bottled water: The water drinker’s drink of choice. And lately, it has had stiff competition thanks to television and newspaper reports about...
ISOLOK® automatic samplers offered by Bristol Equipment Company in Yorkville, Illinois, draw measured portions of liquids or slurries on command from...
When a Southern California treatment works wanted to cover the influent of 40 million tons of sewage per day, it specified chemical-resistant...
This is the last of a series of three articles covering Bottled Water Testing, Source Development, and Licensing and Labeling.   The Food and...
According to the Water Quality Association (WQA), more than 15 percent of American households now have an in-home water purification system utilizing...
When most environmental professionals think about hydrogen sulfide control in their wastewater collection systems, they are concerned with odor and...
A while back I mentioned a friend of mine in the IT industry. Although relatively new to it, he quickly found out that there isn’t a lot of...
Editor’s Note: Part one of this article appeared in the July issue and discussed microfiltration and utrafiltration. Nanofiltration (NF)...
People are like water; they both have a boiling point. A great cup of coffee, like a great sale, is made when the boiling point is reached. If you go...
  This is the second in a series of three bottled water articles. The first article appeared in July; the last will run in October. Your natural...
The setting is idyllic: Twenty-four large hillside sites for upscale homes in a rural, gated community with views of the Pacific Ocean. The weather...

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