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“Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s famous (and oft-misquoted) words from “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” may have referred to sailors stranded at sea with no freshwater to drink,...
Iron is one of the Earth’s most plentiful resources, making up at least 5% of its crust. In well water, iron is usually found as ferrous iron, which is in a dissolved state, potentially causing water to appear clear when...
I recently received a request from a client to provide an opinion on how many hours a sales professional should spend on different activities. What follows is an excerpt of my response. As to my thoughts on reasonable...
The primary focus of water treatment, regardless of source, is to optimize treatment equipment options and methods to provide consistent, potable water quality to the end user. The main immediate concern is the elimination...
Matt and Catherine Gilby purchased Southeast Texas Water in January 2011, and with the new adventure came old ties. Catherine is carrying on the legacy of her grandparents, H.D. “Tex” and Emma Strait, who moved to Beaumont,...
Imagine settling into your favorite restaurant, pub or even lunch counter. You are hungry or thirsty, and ready and willing to spend your hard-earned money. You see one seat left at the bar or counter, and it is a stool with...
More confidence in your employees. Stronger work relationships. Faster preparedness of new staff. Fewer errors in the field. If these are goals you would like to achieve in your company, the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) is...
NSF Intl. now offers StaySafer certification, a program that ensures food and water safety, to hospitality centers around the world. Water Quality Products Editorial Assistant Chelsea Corbin recently spoke with NSF’s Sonia...