Water Quality Blogs

It’s not often that water technologies and art cross paths – but that is exactly what is happening right now in Philadelphia, where an exhibit is...
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is in the news once again, and thankfully, most of the new is good. Duke University recently released the results of...
When Washington state adopted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new arsenic regulations in 2004, it was not the happiest day for Glenn Karn...
Have you recently completed a unique or challenging project or installation? Water Quality Products (WQP) wants to recognize the most innovative...
During tough economic times, recurring income can be the crucial factor in helping a dealership stay afloat. For the May Dealer of the Month, Peacock...
There must be something in the water this month – Culligan is commemorating May as Drinking Water Month, and the American Water Works Assn. (AWWA)...
Like much of the Midwest, the Chicago area is experiencing extreme weather today – the thunder has been booming for the last 24 hours, and storms,...
After a roaring good time at the Welcome Reception at the NCAA Hall of Champions last night, the attendees of WQA Aquatech USA 2013 in Indianapolis...
In the lead-up to the Final Four, it may be a big week for NCAA basketball — but it is an even bigger week for the water quality industry, with WQA...
For the featured Dealer of the Month for April, Charlie Dill of CD Environmental (Newburgh, Ind.), one tool has recently become indispensible: his...
Water Quality Products is happy to announce the winners of the 2012 Dealer of the Year award. Each year, WQP profiles a successful dealer each month...
Later this month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will be marking its fifth annual “Fix a Leak” Week beginning March 18. During the week,...
Social media is a term that seems to be everywhere these days. From Facebook to Twitter to LinkedIn and more — with so many possibilities there are...
It’s a story straight out of “Doctor Who”: In recent weeks, two reports were released detailing new discoveries about water on Mars. One, from NASA,...
When it comes to membrane technology — the water industry’s edgy child — innovative technologies sometimes are mistakenly dismissed as too...
When it comes to contaminant removal concerns in the U.S., arsenic is one of the first to come to mind. Prolonged exposure to this chemical element,...
As we usher in 2013, the economy continues to weigh heavily on everyone’s mind. Throughout the struggles over the past few years, the January...
The end of the year is a time to reflect and celebrate, and this year, Water Quality Products is celebrating hard work and dedication with its third...
The concept of final barrier and the push to increase point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) device applications continue to expand. The Water...
Things are finally starting to cool down after a hot summer, but more than half of the U.S. is still in the chokehold of a severe drought, and...