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Last year at this time, many of us knew that the coming year would provide a plethora of opportunities and challenges for our industry, but I don’t think anybody quite expected to encounter the challenges we faced this past year. But as you have heard...

Although 2009 is only just beginning, it looks as though it will be another challenging year. But with challenges come opportunities, and there will be plenty in the year to come. Water Quality Products asked various industry professionals to provide...

The interest in reducing environmental lead exposure is evident with the recent revision by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the nation’s Air Quality Standards, which were lowered from 1.5 to 0.15 ug of lead per cubic meter of air. “...

If you have ever stepped outside after a thunderstorm and smelled the crispness in the air, then you have experienced carona discharge of an enormous degree in a natural setting. There are several methods such as this that produce ozone naturally....

Within the field of water treatment, reverse osmosis (RO) is a standard process in which the applied pressure serves as a driving force for mass transport through the semipermeable membrane that is impermeable to salt. According to a recent membrane...

Keeping drinking water safe has been a top priority in the U.S. for decades; however, a recent Associated Press (AP) investigation exposed dangerous chemicals and other biological contaminants in the water supplies of more than 46 million Americans....

This past September, the California Air Resources Board (CA ARB) finalized the regulation order for limiting ozone emissions from indoor air cleaning devices. This regulation basically prohibits the sale, supply, offer for sale or introduction into...

The Water Quality Association’s (WQA) Gold Seal Certification program audits companies that distribute direct additive chemicals according to an extensive criteria list. Due to recent demand for more frequent monitoring by California state regulators...

I have received many phone calls since the economic meltdown began, all from dealers with the same tale of woe: They can still sell water equipment, although it is tougher, but many of their customers are being turned down by their finance sources....

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is aiming to make water conservation a priority with the creation of its new WaterSense program. The partnership program makes it easy for consumers to save water and protect the environment by easily...