The scholarship is named in honor of the late Richard Haderer of Western Hydro Inc.
Paul Haderer, brother of the late Richard Haderer—a fellow cofounder of Western Hydro Inc. of Hayward, Calif.—has made a gift to the National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF) to establish a scholarship named in honor of Richard.
Forward Osmosis examines solutions for clean drinking water
The American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) new book, Forward Osmosis: Fundamentals and Applications, examines solutions to easily and efficiently produce clean drinking water. It presents the principles and implementation challenges of low-energy desalination technology for producing potable and non-potable water.
The annual scientific conference is scheduled for Oct. 19 to 21, 2016
The 13th annual World Aquatic Health Conference (WAHC), will be held Oct. 19 to 21, 2016, at the Sheraton Music City Hotel in Nashville.
The WAHC is an educational conference where aquatic industry professionals discuss, learn and network with like-minded people. Many attendees indicate that they leave with new objectives and information that directly relates to their field each year. A new record of 46 states and 11 nationalities were in attendance at the WAHC in 2015.
Manufacturer offers tips to address the incoming El Niño rains and La Niña dry period
Meteorologists are predicting that California and parts of the western U.S. are in for a very strong El Niño over the next six months. It could be the most powerful El Niño since 1997 and 1998, which brought rain to California and other western states virtually every day for five months.
According to the National Ocean Service, the term El Niño refers to a warming of sea surface temperatures. This causes warmer-than-average temperatures over western and central Canada and over the western and northern U.S., bringing with it wetter-than-average conditions.
The planned Seattle retrofits will lower utility costs for owners of affordable multi-family buildings
Emerald Cities Seattle (EC Seattle) launched the first projects under its RENEW multi-family housing program that will use efficiency retrofits to unlock energy and water savings for owners of affordable housing.
Charles A. Job will assume the new position effective Jan. 1, 2016
Retired U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drinking water official Charles A. Job will assume a new staff position of regulatory affairs manager for the National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) effective Jan. 1, 2016, NGWA announced. Job will report to Lauren Schapker, NGWA’s director of government affairs.
In the modern marketplace, keeping up with the latest data on industry trends is key to success. With that in mind, WQP brings you its ninth annual State of the Industry Report, which includes valuable information on water treatment industry trends.
The 2015 State of the Industry Report provides a detailed assessment of the water industry. It studies different market dynamics, including professional and business demographics, budgeting, purchasing involvement and expenditures, industry resources utilized, and importance of industry topics.
An assessment of water quality industry trends
It has been a wonderful year for WQP—we celebrated our 20th anniversary with a special issue and a celebration at WQA Aquatech USA, attended great trade shows and events that allowed us to connect with readers and learn about new technologies and trends, offered extended content to help educate our readers on the commercial water treatment market through the Commercial Water supplement and webinar series, and much more.
Product developer manager position filled with new internal transitions
Educational non-profit National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) announced new appointments for the aquatic organization, including board member changes, a promotion and a new hire.
The NSPF’s board of directors list remains unchanged, but new officer titles have been given to three of the members. All board changes took effect Nov. 1, 2015.
The series is named in honor of Henry Darcy of France for his 1856 investigations that established the physical basis upon which groundwater hydrogeology has been studied
Four firms will help underwrite the Henry Darcy Distinguished Lecture Series in Groundwater Science to foster interest and excellence in groundwater science and technology.
Since its start in 1986, the series has reached more than 85,000 groundwater students, faculty members, and professionals. Named in honor of Henry Darcy of France for his 1856 investigations that established the physical basis upon which groundwater hydrogeology has been studied, the series is operated through the National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF).