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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Jun 29 2016
In ancient civilizations, people drank fermented cereal through straws, a crude predecessor to modern-day draft beer. The carbonation and aroma…
Jun 8 2016
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines in the fight to prevent Legionnaires' disease. The publication of the…
May 20 2016
Toto, a plumbing manufacturer with $5.1 billion in annual global sales, announced its high-efficiency EcoPower Flush Valves and Commercial…
Apr 29 2016
With the rise in popularity of using rainwater or storm water for non-potable applications, new uses for this water continue to pop up around the…
Apr 29 2016
Aging infrastructure not only can lead to water contamination in residential drinking water, it also affects every school, restaurant and commercial…
Apr 29 2016
Just 40 years ago, Legionella bacteria were identified as the cause of Legionnaires’ disease, a deadly pneumonia, and Pontiac fever; since that time…
Mar 30 2016
David Taylor, senior vice president of Atlanta-based WaterSignal, has announced that the company installed 260 systems in 2015, a 170% increase over…
Mar 16 2016
On Monday, March 14, WQA Convention & Exposition attendees were treated to two presentations about unique water applications. The first of these…
Jan 28 2016
Driven by the accumulation of fouling at the sleeve-water interface, maintenance time and costs remain significant challenges in the application of…
Jan 27 2016
While frozen pipe is traditionally associated with single-family homes, it also can cause havoc with commercial, institutional and multi-family…
Jan 8 2016
Customer satisfaction is key in any business operation, and no one knows that more than those at the helm of American Aqua Systems, located in…
Jan 7 2016
California, no stranger to extended dry spells, is struggling with the most extreme drought the state has endured in more than 500 years. As climate…
Jan 7 2016
Like cooling tower owners across the U.S., the facilities managers/system owners at a major Midwestern university face pressure to optimize the…
Jan 7 2016
When the Twin Parks housing development was built in the Bronx, New York City, in the 1970s, it was hailed for its architectural innovation and…
Nov 16 2015
Zurn Industries LLC will showcase an array of water-efficient, total building solutions at this year’s Greenbuild International Conference and Expo,…
Nov 5 2015
While powders and liquids are traditional treatment methods for biofilm, bacteria, algae and fungi in small- to medium-sized closed-loop water…
Oct 29 2015
When Joe Matthews—vice president of construction for Vista Air Services, a contractor that deals with all aspects of HVAC systems—was considering a…
Oct 29 2015
When a convergence of plumbing problems at the Auraria Campus in downtown Denver reached the point of necessary replacement, the chosen solutions…
Oct 29 2015
The popularity of rainwater harvesting continues to increase in the wake of unparalleled drought in the West and Southwest. In some areas, like the…
Oct 29 2015
ASHRAE published the new ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188-2015, Legionellosis Risk Management for Building Water Systems in June 2015. This long-awaited…
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