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Excito under-counter systems remove mechanical impurities, organic contaminants, and some bacteria and viruses. They reduce hardness, the concentration of heavy metals and up to 99% of chlorine, and improve taste and odor. Big Blue 10- and 20-in. housings can be mounted individually or connected in series. They consist of the housing and filter head with a 1-in. brass insert and are equipped with a valve that allows the release of pressurized air accumulated in the filter.  
 

EPA Begins Construction of Water Line in Chester, Washington Townships, N.J.

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U.S. EPA
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$7.3 million project will provide safe drinking water to residents and businesses

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)  is constructing a water line extension in Chester and Washington Townships in New Jersey that will provide a safe source of drinking water to 73 homes and businesses potentially impacted by contaminated groundwater from the Combe Fill South Landfill Superfund site. The 65-acre lLandfill in Morris County served as a municipal landfill from the 1940s until 1981.

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June 26, 2013

Drinking Water Experts to Address Contaminants Found in Water

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CA-NV AWWA
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Inorganic Contaminants Symposium to address drinking water treatment and analysis techniques

Drinking water experts will convene at the Sacramento Convention Center, Feb. 5 to 6, for a symposium focused on inorganic contaminants found in water. The Inorganic Contaminants Symposium will feature presentations and seminars led by U.S. and international experts. Topics include new techniques for treatment and analysis of drinking water, new challenges and risk assessment affecting the drinking water community. The event is hosted by the California-Nevada Section of the American Water Works Assn.

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January 23, 2013

Warwick, Lititz Receive EPA Award for Protecting Waters

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U.S. EPA
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Wellhead Protection Program recognized for protecting groundwater sources from contamination

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) honored two Lancaster County, Pa., communities for protecting sources of drinking water used by more than 20,000 people. EPA Regional Administrator Shawn M. Garvin presented the agency’s 2012 regional Source Water Protection Award to the Warwick Township Municipal Authority and the Borough of Lititz at a ceremony at the Warwick Municipal Office.

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December 19, 2012

New Filter Technology Reduces Drinking Water Contaminants

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Ceramic Filters Co. Inc.
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AquaMetix reduces harmful contaminants including Hexafluorosilicic acid

Ceramic Filters Co. Inc. (CFCI) is set to release a new range of residential drinking water filters that will incorporate AquaMetix, a ceramic and carbon technology designed to greatly reduce many harmful contaminants including Hexafluorosilicic acid which is commonly used to add fluoride to municipally treated water supplies for the prevention of tooth decay. This product will be introduced initially as the new premium core of its ceramic filter candles and cartridges. The company plans on introducing a full range of standard filter cartridges in time for the Water Quality Assn.

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December 13, 2012

EPA Takes Legal Action Against Western New York Gas Stations

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EPA
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EPA issues legal complaint to the owner and operator of 17 underground storage tanks for violating federal regulation

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a legal complaint to the owner and operator of 17 underground storage tanks at six gasoline stations in western New York state for violating federal regulations. The complaint, which seeks $42,295 in penalties, was issued to United Refining Co. for violations at its Kwik Fill stations in Dunkirk, Westfield, Jamestown, Fredonia and Rochester, N.Y. In addition to paying penalties, the complaint requires the facilities to come into full compliance with the environmental regulations.

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October 26, 2012

Circle Court Ground Water Plume Added to NPL of Superfund Sites

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U.S. EPA
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Site makes National Priorities List after tests showed that public water supply and five private wells within a one-mile radius all had elevated TCE levels

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that, with support from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the Circle Court Ground Water Plume in Willow Park, Texas, has been added to the National Priorities List (NPL) of Superfund sites.

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September 24, 2012
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Circle Court Ground Water Plume Added to NPL of Superfund Sites

Contaminant Removal in Colorado

Located in the heart of Boulder, Colo., the Two Nine North Apartments are eco-friendly luxury units built by Forum Real Estate Group in the late 2000s. Due to the high price per square foot of these apartments, the developer built the residents’ parking garage beneath the complex; however, it is below the water table and posed a threat to the building’s foundation.

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Apartment building meets discharge requirements with dewatering system

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Richard J. Cavagnaro is marketing coordinator for AdEdge Water Technologies LLC. Cavagnaro can be reached at rjcavagnaro@adedgetechnologies.com or 678.739.6506.

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June 28, 2012
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June 28, 2012
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NSPF Launches First Recreational Water Illnesses Online Course, Book

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National Swimming Pool Foundation
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NSPF’s online training course and handbook were created to help professionals understand and prevent waterborne illness

The National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) launched the Recreational Water Illnesses (RWI) online training course and handbook, designed to help professionals understand and prevent waterborne illnesses.

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June 27, 2012
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NSPF Launches First Recreational Water Illnesses Online Course, Book

Certifying for Contaminant Reduction

Heptachlor epoxide, trichloroethane, aesthetic chlorine, acrylonitrile, TDS, xylenes, lead, arsenic, hexachlorocyclopentadiene … Certainly, some of the chemicals listed above are recognizable not only to you but also to the average consumer. Some of them are recognizable to you, but the average consumer would stumble through their pronunciation. Should you consider certifying the contaminants listed above?

Contaminant Reduction

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Deciding which contaminant reduction claims to certify

About The Author: 

Tina Fischer is product certification supervisor for the Water Quality Assn. Fischer can be reached at 630.505.0160 or by e-mail at tfischer@wqa.org.

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June 1, 2010
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June 1, 2010
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