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Feb 3 2017

As reports of hormones and pharmaceuticals being detected in water supplies surge, emerging contaminants have become cause for concern. Inspired...

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Feb 3 2017

Baby boomers (born 1946 to 1964) “will retire at a rate of 10,000 per day through at least 2030, when almost 73 million Americans, comprising more...

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Feb 3 2017

If you manufacture roofing materials, coatings, water distribution and containment products, or even solar panels, you may have been asked the...

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Feb 3 2017

Before going through the patent process, there are a few elements to understand and consider.

As someone who has gone through this process...

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Feb 3 2017

Outside of the certification training we do, there are usually two main reasons Moti-Vitality’s clients call us for help with their sales or...

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Feb 3 2017

In the past 15 years, microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) membranes have emerged as leading technologies for municipal and industrial...

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Feb 3 2017

In May 2016, California relaxed the water restrictions it imposed on residents and businesses in 2015. The initial restrictions were referred to...

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Feb 3 2017

Watching a 21st-century America’s Cup racing yacht in action is jaw-dropping. The state-of-the-art catamarans harness a solid airplane wing-like...

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Feb 3 2017

Two hundred people yesterday. Two hundred today. Two hundred more tomorrow.

That is the toll cholera has been taking on Haiti, which...

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Feb 3 2017

If you operate a water softening service in the Houston metropolitan area, you need to be prepared for anything. In recent years, the region has...

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Feb 3 2017

With so much talk in the water industry about the effects drought and water scarcity have on water supply and quality, it can be strange to think...

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Jan 3 2017

Historically, drawing water from air has been an expensive process that is not as effective in the arid regions where it would be most useful....

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Jan 3 2017

As you begin 2017, will you take time to reflect on your past marketing efforts? What worked? What did not work? Will you keep doing what you have...

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Jan 3 2017

Nobody likes copycats. They reap the benefits without putting in any of the work. In high school, it might have been the kid who cheated off of...

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Jan 3 2017

Back in 2002, when the green cleaning movement in the professional cleaning industry was just starting to generate interest, there was only one “...

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Jan 3 2017

Above: Corroded pipe in Marktheidenfeld led to increased need for disinfectants. 

Like many cities across Europe and the U.S...

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Jan 3 2017

Above: Cal Water used grants to help fund its new strong-base anion exchange chromium-6 treatment system. 

Several days ahead...

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Jan 3 2017

We all want clean, sparkling water in our homes. But what happens when the clear water coming from the faucet has a bad odor? There are a number...

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Jan 3 2017

A variety of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-approved methods for testing total coliform and E. coli bacteria in drinking water are...

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Jan 3 2017

Resolute About Reuse

RICK ANDREW
Director of Global Business Development — Water Systems
NSF Intl. •...