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Haiti is still grappling with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.  The death toll in Haiti still is not firm. Some sources indicate around 500 are…
The southeast U.S. is busy preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Matthew, which already has caused the deaths of 15 people and massive destruction…
This week, it's been hard to avoid the latest water quality news - from mainstream media outlets to my Facebook feed, everyone is talking about the…
In early 2014, North America witnessed one of its most extreme winter seasons in history. Low temperature records were broken throughout most of the…
Now is your chance to ask! This year, instead of selecting just one Dealer of the Year, we will be recognizing all 10 Dealers of the Month from 2016…
In the past couple weeks there has been a lot of hubbub about the Chesapeake Bay area’s water quality, specifically how states in the northeastern U.…
All eyes are on water quality issues at the Rio Olympics, where pools are turning green and athletes have been told to keep their mouths closed while…
For months leading up to the Rio Olympic games, officials and athletes voiced concerns over the water quality in the city's waterways, where swimming…
The Detroit Free Press this week reported the latest update on Flint, Mich.: Criminal charges were filed against six Michigan state employees in…
We’re into the dead heat of summer, and pools are seeing more use as people seek ways to cool off. With the release of 2016 Model Aquatic Health Code…
It seems you can’t go anywhere without seeing bottled water these days—whether it’s at the office, a party or a trade show, bottled water is almost…
When it comes to water quality concerns, municipal water tends to make the headlines. That water must comply with U.S. Environmental Protection…
Ah, summer … a time of backyard barbecues, days at the pool and … algae blooms? Unfortunately, the season we usually associate with outdoor fun –…
It’s been one week since the show floor closed at the 2016 American Water Works Assn. Annual Conference and Expo, and we are still digesting…
When I first started working with WQP and its sister publications, Water & Wastes Digest and Storm Water Solutions, more then five years ago, one…
In 10 years, EPA WaterSense has made a considerable impact on U.S. water use by saving more than 1 trillion gal of water—the equivalent of one year…
Mention the initials "DEA" and you'll probably conjure images of drug raids, bulletproof vests and bags of white powder - or at least that's what TV…
The Flint water crisis brought to light the importance of water quality and raised awareness about water issues throughout the country. All eyes are…
In each issue of Water Quality Products, we have a section highlighting networking and industry news, but that section rarely references the magazine…
Spring has finally sprung here in the Chicago area. Flowers are blooming and trees are getting their leaves, and it's so nice to be able to to open…
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