Commercial Water

Water treatment systems, water reuse systems and plumbing fixtures are crucial components in helping commercial and institutional buildings, such as hospitals, schools, hotels, offices and retail, meet water efficiency and conservation goals while also ensuring access to safe drinking water.
Michigan sees increase in legionella
Jul 10 2018

New data released by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) found a nearly 30% increase in number of people who...

Jun 29 2018

On June 28, Foxconn Technology Group, a consumer electronic provider, broke ground on a manufacturing facility in Mount Pleasant, Wisc...

Benefits of data logging in manufacturing operations
Jun 22 2018

When I began my career with an automotive supplier in Zeeland, Mich., in 2003, there were three reverse osmosis (RO) systems and four deionized (...

Grape packaging manufacturer improves water quality
Jun 22 2018

The ongoing drought in Southern California rages on, leaving homeowners with shorter showers, drier lawns, and a more mindful attitude regarding...

Diagnosing & solving poultry industry drinking water challenges
Jun 22 2018

Now more than ever, drinking water quality plays an important role in the healthy production of broiler chickens, hatching eggs, turkeys and table...

Managing Editor reflects on Trump tower and water quality
Jun 22 2018

This May, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) invited my colleagues and I to take a...

Study finds fracking has low impact on water quality
Jun 21 2018

Two new studies by researchers from Yale University and Penn State University found that horizontal drilling and...

Groundwater contamination cleanup underway in North Carolina
Jun 20 2018

Treatment commenced to remove ...

Jun 19 2018

The Illinois Chapter of the Sierra Club and Friends of the Chicago River have provided notice of intent to sue the Chicago Trump...

Legionella detected at Wayne State University
Jun 8 2018

On June 7, Wayne State University (WSU) in Detroit, Mich., identified six campus buildings that tested positive for...

Arizona golf courses turn to water reuse
Jun 4 2018

Two Phoenix golf courses, Lookout Mountain Golf Club and Moon Valley Country Club, have partnered with the city of Phoenix to build a...

Mayo Clinic faced water quality concerns
May 31 2018

Mayo Clinic’s St. Mary Campus in Rochester, Minn., closed drinking water fountains and advised patients and staff to only drink bottled...

University of Texas at San Antonio receives water quality funding
May 29 2018

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) has received a $1,057,401 grant through the...

WQP Managing Editor Amy McIntosh's June editorial letter
May 24 2018

On any given evening you can find me on my couch consuming some kind of true crime content, from podcasts to Netflix specials and everything in...

Illinois Veterans Home to use groundwater after Legionnaires' outbreak
May 18 2018

Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner announced a partnership between the state of Illinois and the city of Quincy, Ill., to build a new water well...

Chicago Park District closes fountains amid rising lead contamination concerns
May 16 2018

The Chicago Park District announced plans to shut off nearly half of all outdoor drinking water fountains amid...

India rail company charges for drinking water and restroom use
May 14 2018

An affidavit has been filed before a Delhi, India...

May 10 2018

The University of Windsor has turned off hot water taps in six buildings after discovering...

NSF partners on legionella prevention in healthcare facilities
Apr 19 2018

NSF International has partnered with Homeyer Consulting Services Inc. to provide healthcare facilities with specialized water systems...