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.
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Feb 26 2002
When it comes to keeping their big rigs clean and sparkling, most truck drivers are as particular about a good wash as any car owner might be—maybe…
Feb 19 2002
Consolidated Water Co. Ltd., which develops and operates seawater conversion plants and water distribution systems in areas where natural supplies of…
Dec 20 2001
This article will present an overview of Legionella bacteria, its ecology and sample collection strategies. A discussion of the pros and cons of…
Dec 28 2000
Innovative Medical Services introduced its new Random Metering System in Atlanta at the 4th Decennial Conference on Nosocomial and Healthcare-…
Dec 28 2000
Officials at Binax have encouraged all facilities with cooling towers, air conditioning systems, whirlpool baths, vegetable misters or any type of…
Dec 28 2000
For a long time, the commercial and industrial (C&I) markets have been accepted as one sector of the water industry. Although considered…
Dec 28 2000
One Hawaiian hotel was able to quickly fix a filter problem that was turning its tropical ponds into a milky and murky mess.The Westin Maui resort…
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