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June 2018 issue of Water Quality Products magazine
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 between. If I’ve learned anything from the hours I’ve spent absorbing these stories, it’s that forensic...
Ronnie Lee did not plan to have a career as a water treatment dealer in Hobbs, N.M. He was a nursing home administrator when the owner of Hanes Soft Water came to service the nursing home’s system and told Lee he wanted to retire. In February 1989, Lee...
This spring, members of the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) visited Washington, D.C., to get involved in federal advocacy and shape public policy. WQA partnered with the National Ground Water Assn. and the Irrigation Assn. to host the second annual Water...
In recent years, rainwater harvesting has been in the spotlight as an up-and-coming system, utilizing pump stations with various levels of water treatment devices on them, harvesting water from rooftops or parking lots and then using that water for a non...
Raise your hand if you know the biggest culprit for spreading germs. And there is your answer. Up to 80% of germs are spread through cross contamination from poor hand hygiene. Some viruses can live as long as a standard eight-hour work day on surfaces,...
The occurrence of contaminants in groundwater is a large-scale public health issue, causing both acute and chronic illnesses. In the U.S., public water users are afforded protection from contaminant exposure under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act....
Much of the water well industry is represented by multigenerational family-owned companies that have relied on real-world training to educate their employees and drive business, but as more seasoned professionals reach retirement age, the industry is...
Turn on a television, open a newspaper or look at your Facebook feed and you are likely to read about a water crisis somewhere in the world. Cape Town, South Africa, is a prime example and currently is experiencing a record water shortage, which has...
In early May 2018, nominations opened for the 2018 Urban Water Scarcity Challenge, an initiative from partners Imagine H2O, 11th Hour Racing, and Bluewater Group with the goal of advancing resilient drinking water solutions for global cities. WQP...

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