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Water Quality Products recently asked Andrea Swiney, marketing manager for Aqua Finance, Inc., to discuss how financial programs provide dealers flexibility with their customers and help add to the bottom line.

WQP: What financing...

More than 162 participants from 25 countries attended the symposium on Health Aspects of Calcium and Magnesium in Drinking Water held April 24 to 26, in Baltimore. The symposium was organized by NSF International, the NSF/WHO Collaborating Centre for...

All water systems need to be maintained, and this is where the true value of having a water treatment professional comes into play.

Similar to any water equipment that requires service and replacement parts, UV systems can present a...

The concept of environmental technology verification (ETV) is growing in popularity around the globe as a way for governments to provide the global marketplace with assurance that the environmental performance claims of their “home-grown” technology...

All water contains microbes—living organisms that feed on organics, metals, petroleum, chemicals and each other. While most microbes are completely harmless and pose no health risks, others can be dangerous.

What are the most commonly...

Florida’s Wet ‘n Wild – Orlando water park attracts thrill seekers with rides such as the new “Disco H20,” a 1970s-inspired “aqua nightclub,” and “The Black Hole,” a 500-ft pitch-black, spiraling slide. Thanks to its sunny location, seasonably heated...

A high employee turnover rate will hurt any business. This article will discuss the things you can do to increase your chances of keeping successful salespeople on your team.

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Manufacturers of residential water treatment systems make claims of performance for their products. In the U.S., these claims typically revolve around the systems’ contaminant reduction performance. We’re all familiar with the typical ones:

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Cottage country” drinking water applications require much more attention than rural groundwater applications. This is due to the fact that in cottage country, most water supplies are pulled from a surface water source, such as a lake, river or stream...

Yes, you did it! You have achieved Water Quality Association (WQA) Gold Seal certification for your products and are ready to sell, sell, sell! Well, that may indeed be true—but only if your market doesn’t consist of all 50 states. Each state has the...