Ozone Treatment for Residential Well Water

Your customers not only are expecting to have enough water supplied from their water source, but they also demand that it is of superior quality. Ozone's technology coupled with such treatment as filters or softeners can fulfill this expectation. Ozone does not need to be complicated in order to treat small water systems.

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Tech Update

About The Author: 

Myrle Melligan is sales manager and tech support for Triple O Systems, Inc., Campbell, Calif. She can be reached by e-mail at sales@tripleo.com.

Activation Date: 
May 30, 2003
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
14119

Pool & Spa Disinfection

This article will address the use of ozone, copper ionization and proper injection of chlorine for a reduced approach to chemicals in providing a clean, clear, healthy pool and spa experience.

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A Reduced Chemical Approach

Activation Date: 
April 25, 2003
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
14025

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
Activation Date: 
October 29, 2002
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Legacy ID: 
13403

The Standard Septic System: Still an Effective Choice for Onsite Wastewater Treatment

In 1997, EPA and Congress officially recognized onsite wastewater treatment systems (commonly referred to as septic systems) as a viable, long-term solution for treating wastewater. This was an important designation since nearly 40 percent of new homes in the United States use this type of system to treat household wastewater.

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Septic Systems

About The Author: 

Dennis Hallahan is manager of Infiltrator Systems Technical Services Department, Old Saybrook, Conn. Dennis oversees a staff that is responsible for product research and testing for both universities and private consultants. Dennis holds a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Vermont, and a Masters of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Connecticut and is a registered professional engineer in Colorado and Connecticut.

Activation Date: 
October 2, 2002
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13370

Understanding High-Flow Valves

Recent trends in home construction and strict interpretation of plumbing codes are forcing the water conditioning industry to offer systems with higher flow ratings. While the need for higher flow rates in larger homes is genuine, the actual flow rates that are encountered are likely to be less than those predicted using the traditional fixture count method to calculate flows. The system manufacturer needs to carefully consider all components used to assemble the system when designing a water conditioner to meet a specific flow requirement.

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Luxury homes dominate the market trends for valves compatible with high-flow fixture demands

About The Author: 

Dave Averbeck is the director of engineering at Pentair
Water Treatment (PWT) since 1999. In 1978, Averbeck started his career in the
water treatment business. Prior to PWT he worked for Water Services, Inc. He
has a BS in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee.

Activation Date: 
June 26, 2002
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Legacy
Legacy ID: 
13169

Decentralized Wastewater Treatment: Community Building and the Watershed Agenda

Decentralized wastewater treatment presents us with a range of possibilities for community preservation and watershed management. However, these possibilities remain obscured by the limitations of the onsite codes and unforeseen by municipal wastewater authorities unaware of decentralization or reluctant to explore its range and potential.

About The Author: 

Craig Lindell is a founder and president of Aquapoint, a New Bedford, Mass.-based company that designs and builds wastewater treatment solutions for small and decentralized wastewater management systems. He serves on Water Environment Federation’s Small Communities Committee and on the board of the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association.

Activation Date: 
May 6, 2002
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Legacy ID: 
13087

High Pressure Pumps Boost Water Over Hilly Jamaican Terrain

In a municipal water supply application in Jamaica, ITT Industries’ Goulds Pumps unit is supplying the pumps and the expertise to improve aging and inadequate water supply infrastructure. These new water supply projects will improve the health of the customers served there by providing clean, potable water.

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EditorialEmphasis

About The Author: 

For further information, contact Goulds Pumps at 315-255-3378.

Activation Date: 
April 9, 2002
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Legacy ID: 
13063

Pumping System Helps Town Bring New Development Up to Code

When a Leicester, Mass., developer planned a subdivision of 16 houses at the same elevation as the town’s water tower, he was faced with the problem of how to provide minimum water pressure mandated by the state. He had read about the use of a Goulds Aquavar pump control system in high-rise commercial buildings, and the idea of a variable-speed system appealed to him. He thought a pressure-demand system might do the job cost effectively.

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At Work on Pumps

Activation Date: 
November 13, 2001
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Legacy ID: 
12765

Onsite Wastewater Treatment: A Technological and Management Revolution (Part 1)

Significant developments in onsite water treatment has everyone in the industry working to keep up with the latest advances in septic system design, product innovations and management strategies.

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System Design

About The Author: 

Stephen P. Dix, P.E., is the technical director for Infiltrator Systems, Inc., Old Saybrook, Conn.

Activation Date: 
September 21, 2001
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Legacy ID: 
12649

On or Off

Over the past 25 years, the onsite wastewater industry has developed many new treatment technologies that can achieve high-performance treatment on sites with size, soil, groundwater and landscape limitations that may preclude the installation of conventional systems.

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September 2001 Editor’s Desk

About The Author: 

Bill Swichtenberg is the Editorial Director of Water Engineering & Management

Activation Date: 
September 21, 2001
Legacy
Legacy ID: 
12644