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U.S. Steel face lawsuit
Nov 20 2017
In a press conference Nov. 19, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the city of Chicago will file a "Notice of Intent" to sue U.S. Steel for repeated...
Industry insight with Kerry Stackpole
Nov 17 2017
Every year, during the Executive Forum and Fly-In, a delegation of member executives from Plumbing Manufacturers Intl. (PMI) travels to Washington, D...
The value of professional certification
Nov 17 2017
Nearly 19 years ago, I stumbled into this industry barely knowing what a water softener was. I was originally hired as a sales trainer tasked with...
Certification could be beneficial
Nov 17 2017
Product certification within the water treatment industry can seem overwhelming, expensive, and, to some, unnecessary. The process requires time and...
Tools aid designers in selecting efficient hydronic HVAC systems
Nov 17 2017
Outdated and inefficient heating and cooling systems and the enormous cost to replace them ultimately sealed the fate of the Wilshire Grand Hotel....
Cost savings through ozone treatment in laundry disinfection
Nov 17 2017
Washing laundry is a significant use of water in the average home, accounting for 15% to 40% of the overall water consumption in a typical household...
Arsenic is naturally found in rocks and soil
Nov 17 2017
Q: Why is arsenic found in groundwater and why is it difficult to remove? A: While arsenic is naturally found in rocks and soil and is released into...
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Nov 17 2017
When buying a home, prospective buyers should hire a third party to perform water testing to ensure accurate results. Any well can become...
Maryland school uses storm water for irrigatioin
Nov 17 2017
The Conowingo Elementary School storm water retrofit project was initiated to fulfill requirements of Cecil County, Md.’s Watershed Implementation...
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Last week, WQP, Water & Wastes Digest (W&WD), and Storm Water Solutions (SWS) editors traveled to Houston to speak with water professionals...
Tuesday, the White House released its budget proposal. While most of the national news has highlighted the cuts to Medicaid, Food Stamps and other...
It has been almost one month since we were in Orlando for the Water Quality Assn. Convention & Exposition, and we keep thinking back to our time...

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