These RO drinking water systems have cartridges and membranes that are easily replaced without the need to shut off the system. They are available in wall-mounted or floor models, and all systems come with storage tank, John Guest feedwater and tank shutoff valves, faucet, tubing and instructions. The systems are backed by a two-year warranty.
The MWF refrigerator filter is NSF-certified and removes cysts plus a range of contaminants, including lead and mercury. In addition, it has been tested by a third party to remove more than 94% of five trace pharmaceuticals: ibuprofen, atenolol, fluoxetine, progesterone and trimethoprim. The filter is available for use in GE side-by-side and French door refrigerators.
The company will host its “60th Anniversary Sweepstakes,” awarding one winner a Ford F150 pickup
Nelsen Corp. has been providing customer service and water treatment equipment for more than 60 years. With locations in Ohio, Arizona, Texas and Florida, the company has a broad inventory and the ability to customize products for both commercial and residential customers.
The primary definition of the word “season” on Dictionary.com is: “One of the four periods of the year (spring, summer, autumn and winter), beginning astronomically at an equinox or solstice, but geographically at different dates in different climates” — and that is generally the way we tend to think of the word when we hear it.
Using seasonal events to determine when and how to market
West Carolina Water Treatment opened its doors in January 1996 as a husband-wife team servicing the western counties of North Carolina. But when owners Jack and Joyce Brown decided to retire, they had to look no further for a new owner than their customers.
The Warwicks — Tom, Kathy and their son Dennis — had been customers of West Carolina Water Treatment for 10 years.
Dennis was interested in the elaborate water treatment system at his parents’ rental property and had recently graduated school and was looking for a career path.
Dealership grows business through new clients and chemical-free treatment
The UGACR chloramine reduction cartridge is a cost-effective POU option for reducing chloramines in municipal water supplies. The cartridge uses catalytic coconut shell carbon that acts as a chloramine “grabber.” It is available in 10- and 20-in. lengths, as well as 2.5- and 4.5-in. ODs, making it compatible with most standard filter housings.
Safe, effective and reliable, the BA Series is a UV water disinfection system used to treat the whole house. This low-cost residential UV system inactivates pathogens without adding anything to the water – no aftertaste, no chemicals and no harmful byproducts. With easy installation and flow rates of up to 16 gpm, this system is designed to provide years of reliable service.
New Texas location will help water-reliant businesses conserve resources, reduce expenses
Earthwise Environmental Inc. expanded to the Southwest, adding a customer support branch in Fort Worth, Texas.
Many Americans use water filtration devices in their homes — but are they using the right filter for their local water quality? That is what NSF Intl. set out to discover with its 2013 Water Quality Survey, which posed questions on water filter use and water quality knowledge to 2,025 adults this summer. Water Quality Products Managing Editor Kate Cline recently spoke with Cheryl Luptowski, public information officer for NSF, about some of the survey’s more surprising results.
Evaluating consumer knowledge of filtration devices
The company I went to work for when I first came into the water industry 15 years ago had a management turnover problem. Sales managers would rarely last longer than six months before they either were fired or became frustrated with the position and left of their own accord. Often it was a race to see which happened first.
Creating accountability to ensure a successful business