The O-Zone: Today's Lesson: How Much is Enough?

This column will discuss two important topics regarding the use of ozone.
* Ozone dosages. How much ozone is "practical" for certain applications?
* Ozone air treatment. How ozone can be used in air treatment, what your liabilities are and precautions you should be taking.

About The Author: 

Roger Nathanson is president of Ozone Pure Water, Inc., Sarasota, Fla. His background includes mechanical engineering, plumbing/pipe fitting, swimming pool remodeling/repair, sales and marketing. Ozone Pure Water has been a full service ozone/water treatment supplier since 1980. Nathanson can be contacted at 800-633-8469 or 941-923-8528; opw01@acun.com; www.ozonepurewater.com.

Activation Date: 
June 27, 2003
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Arsenic Treatment

A wide range of technologies, some new and some more traditional, is being marketed and applied for arsenic treatment. Each of these technologies has specific properties impacting its suitability for any particular scale of application. While rare, the ability of a single water treatment technology to perform effectively across many treatment platforms is not unique.

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Cross-platform viability of treatment technologies

About The Author: 

Dr. Ley Hathcock is vice president of operations and marketing. He holds a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry with more than 15 years of international business management and product development experience in the adsorbent and environmental industries. Rich Cavagnaro, president of Adedge Technologies, Inc. has nearly 20 years of international business experience in strategic marketing, business development, product development and commercialization of new products and services in a broad spectrum of industries. Greg Gilles, vice president of engineering and business development, has more than 20 years of treatment technology, industrial, regulatory, engineering and management experience.

Publication Date: 
May 30, 2003
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May 30, 2003
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14120

NSF Conference Addresses Public Water System Compliance Using POU/POE

In February, NSF International arranged for many experts to cover the issues and facets of point-of-use and point-of-entry (POU/POE), how they can be used for PWS compliance and other opportunities for the manufacturers and users. This article is intended to provide opinions and a broad conference overview.

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Special Feature

Activation Date: 
May 30, 2003
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Research Racks Up Recognition Points for POU/POE

Some really important research going on right now, which is critical for the point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) industry in order for POU/POE treatment to become an accepted practice for small public water system compliance. It seems as though we are closer than ever to finding acceptance in this arena.

About The Author: 

Wendi Hope King is editor of WQP.

Publication Date: 
May 30, 2003
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May 30, 2003
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14114

E. Coli

This article provides a general overview of E. coli and drinking water as well as current and emerging monitoring and decontamination technologies.

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Current and emerging monitoring and decontamination technologies

About The Author: 

Danielle Duclos is with Foresight Science & Technology

Activation Date: 
April 25, 2003
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A Solid Future for POU Water Purification

Point-of-use (POU) water purification has a solid future. The relatively new POU industry will have to shoulder tremendous responsibility. Serious issues of water quality as well as quantity are apparent. The right of every human to water must be proactively protected if an acceptable quality of life for future generations is to be reasonably assured. This will not happen until it becomes a high priority political issue.

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Industry professionals are responsible for bringing greater awareness of water quality to government officials and the public

About The Author: 

Glenn Land is the founder and president of Aduk, Inc. He may be reached at 276-773-2097; glenn@aduk-ete.com

Activation Date: 
March 11, 2003
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Zero Waste: A Look at the Future of Reverse Osmosis

Most reverse osmosis systems waste as much as 20 gallons just to produce one gallon of product water. The new technology called "ZeroWaste" eliminates this problem by returning the concentrate water from the reverse osmosis system back to the home's plumbing, resulting in 100 percent efficiency.

About The Author: 

Josh Hanford is the national sales manager for Watts Industries. He is the manager of new product development and serves on the Water Quality Association's RO Task Force.

Publication Date: 
March 11, 2003
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March 11, 2003
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Point-of-Use Reverse Osmosis

As the residential point-of-use (POU) reverse osmosis (RO) industry approaches its 35th anniversary, it is time for a reality check on the industry's progress to date as well as a look ahead to new technologies or improvements that the industry may introduce for POU RO systems in 2003.

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Looking for Answers in 2003 and Beyond

About The Author: 

Tony Pagliaro is marketing manager at Nimbus Water Systems.

Activation Date: 
January 31, 2003
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13657

Evaluation of a Chlorine Dioxide Secondary Disinfection System

Chlorine dioxide is not a new technology for public drinking water facilities or pulp and paper producers, but its use as a secondary treatment system for small-scale applications is new. Beyond the chemistry and microbiology, potential small-scale operators want answers to a few simple questions: Should I use it? How does it work? What extra work is it going to make for me?

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POE Disinfection

About The Author: 

Frank P. Sidari III, EIT, is currently with Malcolm Pirnie Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jeanne VanBriesen, Ph.D., is an assistant professor, biomedical engineering and civil and environmental engineering, Carnegie Mellon University.

Activation Date: 
November 4, 2002
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POU Faucet Selections

Faucets for point-of-use (POU) water treatment systems must combine an attractive, contemporary appearance with materials that ensure safety and purity. POU faucets and systems are becoming increasingly important to help meet consumer demands for safe, high-quality drinking water. It is estimated that by 2020 almost every household will have a POU or point-of-entry (POE) water treatment system.

About The Author: 

Gary M. Strunak is national sales manager for Tomlinson Industries' No-Drip product line. He is responsible for all No-Drip sales in the U.S. and Canada. He has been with Tomlinson since 1979. Tomlinson Industries has been a supplier to the bottled water industry since 1958. Strunak can be reached at 216.587.3400; fax 216.587.0733; gstrunak@tomlinsonind.com.

Publication Date: 
October 29, 2002
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October 29, 2002
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