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Trends are always changing, but are you keeping up with them? While technological advancements inevitably improve our way of life—just as microwaves allow us to cook up meals in only a few minutes and cell phones enable us to communicate with one...

The water softener debate has been ongoing in our industry for many years now; however, it has become a heated discussion as of late. On March 25, California legislatures amended Assembly Bill (AB) 2270. The new legislation includes specific language...

Water treatment dealers and industry professionals filled the conference hall at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on March 26th, anxiously listening as Nancy Deal, extension associate with the North Carolina State University’s...

In January 2006, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency started enforcing the new arsenic limit of 10 parts per billion (ppb) in drinking water. The previous limit was 50 ppb...

The World Congress on Ozone and UV Technologies held in Los Angeles in August 2007 provided industry-wide confirmation of what had become obvious to many: While ultraviolet (UV) and ozone are excellent stand-alone technologies, together they are a...

Sometimes what happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas. For instance, the success of this year’s WQA Aquatech USA show held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, March 26 to 28, is well known by now, and many of the networking...

I recently returned from a cruise to the Caribbean where I learned a lot about selling water equipment by watching the art auctions that are held on cruise ships. As I watched, I realized that selling art has a lot of parallels with successfully...

Is time running out? In the certification world, TIC has a completely different meaning. What exactly is a tentatively identified compound (TIC), and what does this mean for you?

In the past, the detection of TICs extracted from drinking water...

Many Americans were shocked by the recent Associated Press (AP) report stating at least 41 million Americans receive drinking water tainted by an array of pharmaceuticals including antibiotics, anticonvulsants, caffeine, mood stabilizers and sex...

The water industry is facing more pressure than ever before to be innovative, efficient and prepared. ACE08—the American Water Works Association (AWWA) 2008 Annual Conference and Exposition—will bring cutting-edge technology and products together with...

With WQA Aquatech USA recently wrapping up in Las Vegas, Rebecca Wilhelm, assistant editor of Water Quality Products, spoke with Florida Water Quality Association (FWQA) President Cindy Gresham about the FWQA Annual Convention and the unique...