Mar 26, 2020

April 2020

As of press time, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Coronavirus, also known as the COVID-19, a pandemic. A 30-day travel ban from Europe to the U.S. was enacted and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued guidelines that…
Canada Association Meets Manganese & Lead Challenges With Education Paul Ethier President, Canadian Water Quality Association [email protected] 2019 was a year of change for both the Canadian Water Quality Association (CWQA) and the water…
More than half of the residents living in rural areas of the Southeastern U.S. use well water for drinking, cooking, gardening, laundry and other household uses. Residential water wells can range anywhere from a few dozen feet deep to more than 100 feet…
Whether you are adding to an existing sales team or you are introducing a sales department to your existing business, it is common to become overwhelmed with the whole process. Hiring, training and retaining a sales team can be a challenge. The cost…
By now, most people are familiar with the lead epidemic throughout the U.S. and the world, but few consumers understand emerging contaminants. Water quality issues make news headlines every day, and art imitates life. Just last month, a major motion…
Have you ever posted on social media about weddings, vacations, an evening on the town at the newest restaurant or attending your favorite concert? How about checking in at the airport or on your cruise as you leave port? You might even posta selfie with…
Drinking water systems are made up of many different components, such as chemical generators, valves, pumps, booster pump systems, faucets and municipal and whole house water treatment devices, among others. These components of drinking water…
DigDeep and the U.S. Water Alliance recently completed the first comprehensive national study of the water-access gap. Over two years, researchers analyzed all available federal data and fanned out across the U.S. to examine conditions in six communities…
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