February 2007

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There is so much to do during the first few months after the holidays that I rarely have time to pay attention to what’s going on in the news. But a recent news report caught my interest. A six-month test in Los Angeles carried out by the...

With the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) recent implementation of a lower limit for arsenic in drinking water, many homeowners and water treatment companies alike are trying to answer the tough question: “What approach should I use for...

Communities, towns and cities are quickly learning what residential, commercial and industrial water professionals have known for years—that ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is effective at inactivating waterborne microorganisms. While UV has...

From 2003 to 2005, the Minnesota Department of Health conducted a comprehensive evaluation of membrane filtration to meet the needs of non-community surface water systems that provide water to the public in places other than homes. In Minnesota,...

WQA Aquatech USA, the largest water treatment show in North America, is expected to keep breaking records with its 2007 event. Co-organized by the Water Quality Association (WQA) and Amsterdam RAI, WQA Aquatech USA 2007 will take place at the Orange...

Growing up, many of us remember the colorful diagram from science class called The Water Cycle, a circular flow of blue color evaporating from the ocean up to the sky, raining down into lakes and rivers, past cows, plants and houses, and back into...

Manufacturers that currently participate in product certification programs understand the amount of documentation required to complete the process, but for companies that have never gone through an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)...

Many of us spend a fortune on yellow pages and other advertising trying to get the phone to ring, yet few dealers have clearly defined goals, techniques, and required procedures designed to make sure their investments yield a profit. The...

As of 2005, there were more reported bankruptcies per capita than during the Great Depression. Even though bankruptcy filings have slowed in the wake of recent reform legislation, the growth of consumers with bad credit has not. In fact, it has...

WQP: Could you please briefly tell our readers about yourself and your business?

Jeff Roseman: I started driving a truck back when I was in college. I ended up driving for about 18 years. Then, I was working on websites...