Company to feature products at Unified Wine and Grape Symposium and Pool and Spa Show
Beginning Jan. 29, ClearWater Tech will be showcasing products at tradeshows on both U.S. coasts. At the 32nd annual Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show in New Jersey, Jan. 29 to 31, the company will feature the CD12AD Corona Discharge ozone generator, and 3,000 miles away on the west coast, more company representatives will be promoting the CIP800 clean-in-place ozone system at the Unified Wine and Grape Symposium, Jan. 30 to 31 in Sacramento, Calif.
Depth of McLaughlin Crater once allowed underground water to flow into the crater's interior
A NASA spacecraft is providing new evidence of a wet underground environment on Mars that adds to an increasingly complex picture of the red planet's early evolution.
The new information comes from researchers analyzing spectrometer data from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO), which looked down on the floor of McLaughlin Crater. The Martian crater is 57 miles in diameter and 1.4 miles deep. McLaughlin's depth apparently once allowed underground water, which otherwise would have stayed hidden, to flow into the crater's interior.
Quest Water signs memorandum of understanding with Water for Women Foundation
QuestWater Global Inc. a water technology company and developer of the AQUAtap community drinking water station and WEPS water extraction and purification system, announced it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Water for Women Foundation (WFW Foundation) to deliver water purification solutions to rural communities in southern Africa.
Celebrities and educators successfully climb Mt. Kilimanjaro to draw attention to clean water crisis
Summit on the Summit announced the successful ascent of Mt. Kilimanjaro, marking the second time in three years that a team of cultural influencers and clean water advocates has climbed the mountain to raise awareness of the global clean water crisis.
New Aquasana filters remove chloramines from drinking and shower water
Aquasana will introduce new products at the annual International Builders' Show (IBS), Jan. 22 to 24 in Las Vegas. Organized by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), IBS is the country's largest light construction building industry tradeshow. The event kicks off the year by showcasing the market's hottest trends from industry leaders.
John Donahue selected by the board of directors
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) announced that John Donahue, general manager for the North Park (Ill.) Public Water District and longtime AWWA volunteer, has been selected by the board of directors as its next president-elect.
Donahue begins his role as president-elect in June 2013, at the conclusion of AWWA’s Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE13) in Denver. He will serve his one-year presidential term beginning in June 2014.
Agencies to share scientific data and information and coordinate potential future research
Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are being discovered in U.S. waters at low concentrations. Pharmaceuticals refer to prescription and over-the-counter therapeutic drugs and veterinary drugs. Personal care products refer to products used for personal and cosmetic reasons, such as soaps, fragrances and cosmetics.
Global Portal makes information on properties of chemicals available to the public
The human health benchmarks for pesticides, developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), were published in December 2012 to the Global Portal to Information on Chemical Substances. The portal makes available to the public information on properties of chemicals, such as physical chemical characteristics, environmental fate, human toxicity and ecotoxicity.
Shurr will quote commercial products and offer support to customers
Anthony Shurr has joined WaterGroup as a commercial estimator and technician. In this role, Shurr will work directly with WaterGroup’s Senior Inside Sales Coordinator, Kevin Howatt, to quote commercial products and offer support to customers with commercial and industrial application expertise.
Company centralizes Canadian operations and invests in North American market
WaterGroup has made a strategic business decision to centralize and expand its manufacturing, assembly and distribution centers. Canadian operations will remain in Calgary, Alberta, and Cambridge, Ontario, with U.S. operations in Fridley, Minn., and Libertyville, Ill. According to WaterGroup, this decision will better serve WaterGroup’s customers by improving "just-in-time" delivery throughout Canada and providing additional support for U.S. and international business expansion. As a result, WaterGroup will close its manufacturing plant in Regina, Saskatchewan, by September 2013.