Culligan Expands Mobile Water Treatment Solutions Business

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Culligan Matrix Solutions
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Water purification, monitoring and control in a single solution for peaking and base loaded plants

Culligan Matrix Solutions is expanding its mobile water treatment solutions business in response to increasing demand for this service.

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December 12, 2012

New App Gives Customers Easier Access to Products & Technical Support

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Richard Hourigan Inc.
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TheWaterTreatmentStore.com releases new HTML 5 version of Water Treater App

Dick Hourigan, the owner of Richard Hourigan Inc., an Illinois corporation doing business on the Internet as TheWaterTreatmentStore.com, released the new HTML 5 version of its Water Treater App for iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry and Windows phones.

TheWaterTreatmentStore.com is a B2B site providing discounted test kits, chemicals and equipment to those who own or work with boilers, chillers, evaporative condensers, cooling towers, pools or spas.

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November 29, 2012

More Than $145,000 Donated to Waterkeeper Organizations

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Keeper Springs
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Donations by Keeper Springs include funds raised in summer campaign with Omni Hotels & Resorts

Keeper Springs Natural Spring Water announced the donation of more than $145,000 in support of local environmental causes. This year, Keeper Springs has added four Waterkeeper organizations to its donation roster, bringing to 17 the number of individual Waterkeepers supported by the company across the country. Keeper Springs has raised more than $1.145 million to support America’s waterways.

Publication Date: 
November 16, 2012

Contamination Considerations

The source for drinking water is an important consideration when determining which water quality tests to run. Groundwater sources, especially private wells that are not tested on a regular basis, are susceptible to various naturally occurring and manmade contaminants.   

Well Depth

The depth of a well is an important factor when determining which contaminants are present in groundwater sources. Shallow wells are more vulnerable to surface contaminants, such as gasoline from a spill, because the contaminant has less distance to travel.

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Evaluating factors for testing groundwater quality

About The Author: 

Marianne R. Metzger is GPG business manager for National Testing Laboratories Ltd. Metzger can be reached at mmetzger@ntllabs.com or 800.458.3330.

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November 15, 2012
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November 15, 2012
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Water Purification Systems Donated to Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

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Propour
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Twelve water purification systems were donated to the Oceanside Fire District in New York

Steve Steinway, CEO of Propur Water Purification Systems, donated 12 Propur King water purification systems to the Oceanside Fire District in New York for disbursement to district fire stations in need of clean water.

“We wanted to do our part to help those most impacted by Hurricane Sandy and chose the Oceanside Fire District to donate to, after hearing that this was one of the harder hit areas," Steinway said. "We spoke with Alan Gershkowitz at their office and he will oversee their distribution to the fire stations in the greatest need.”

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November 7, 2012

Nashville-Based Nonprofit Provides Clean Water to Haiti

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Mobile Medical Disaster Relief
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Mobile Medical Disaster Relief to give all 200,000 people in the area of Thomazeau, Haiti, access to clean water

Nashville, Tenn.-based nonprofit Mobile Medical Disaster Relief (MMDR) is providing clean water to Haiti. The people of Haiti, recently listed as the poorest country in the world, have no access to clean water. Their wells, streams and cisterns are contaminated by E. coli, salmonella and cholera.

MMDR seeks to change that in the area of Thomazeau, Haiti. Using filtration devices and chlorinators, the organization plans to give all 200,000 people in this area access to clean water.

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October 18, 2012

Censky Challenge for Research Receives More Than $50,000 in Donations

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Water Quality Assn.
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The donations will be given to WQRF to support projects and independent studies

The Censky Challenge was named for Pete Censky, who stepped down this spring as executive director of the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) after 25 years. WQA committed to matching all contributions, up to $25,000—the original goal for donations. Funds are being delivered to the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF).

With WQA’s matching contribution, more than $75,000 total will be provided to WQRF.

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September 26, 2012
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Censky Challenge for Research Receives More Than $50,000 in Donations

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.

Publication Date: 
September 24, 2012
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Testing: A Vital Service

Whether you are a sales, installation or service professional, water testing is vital to completing your job. Providing consultation, offering recommendations and addressing problems can only be done after a proper water analysis has been completed.

Testing Parameters

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Provide value to customers by evaluating water quality

About The Author: 

Ric Harry is a sales, management and technical consultant for the water treatment industry. Harry can be reached at info@richarry.com or 905.734.7756.

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June 28, 2012
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June 28, 2012
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Michael Y. Kim Receives Dow Pinnacle Award

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The Pinnacle Award honors those who embody sales excellence

Michael Y. Kim has been named a recipient of The Dow Chemical Co.’s Pinnacle Award in recognition for his achievements in 2011 in Dow Water & Process Solutions sales.

Kim will receive his award at a special ceremony on June 28 in Chicago. Based in Mission Viejo, Calif., he has worked at Dow for more than 28 years and currently holds the position of senior account manager. This is his first Pinnacle Award. 

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May 15, 2012