November 2001

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This month’s issue of WQP provides me with the perfect opportunity to toot my own horn. By now you have visited our website, WaterInfoCenter.com, and have utilized its many functions such as daily news, archives, products, a calendar of...

Today, bottled water has taken the lead as the fastest growing segment of the beverage industry—even more so than beer and soft drink production. As the public becomes more health conscious and educated about water contamination, demand...

When it comes to a spot-free car wash, reverse osmosis may be used to reduce dissolved materials in water.

When car washes were first introduced, they used three things: soap to clean the car, water to rinse it off and towels to dry it. However...

The topic of arsenic has received a lot of press coverage this year, ever since the Bush administration halted the EPA’s newly issued maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 parts per billion (ppb). Since then, the MCL was reinstated back to 50...

Ultraviolet (UV) light represents a powerful technology that has been deployed successfully in several diverse industries for decades. The four-part series recently published in WQP explained the basics of UV disinfection and systems design. It...

If optimally designed, your website can be a powerful customer magnet or, if it is not, a sure-fire customer repellent.

In today’s Internet-driven economy, your company’s website can make or break your business. Even if your website isn’t your...

Last month, I discussed a few ideas on tossing your selling techniques into the new century by utilizing available technologies. This month lists a few more selling ideas that...