Dec 01, 2019

December 2019

Thanksgiving, coupled with the conclusion of 2019, leads me to reflect on both successes and obstacles the water treatment industry has faced in the past year. There certainly remains obstacles to overcome; just ask any of WQP’s 2019 Top Dealers (page 16…
2019 has been an exciting year for the water treatment industry. Technologies are rapidly evolving, dealers are finding new ways to reach their customers, and legislation increasingly points to point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) as contaminant removal…
Each month, WQP profiles a Dealer of the Month, highlighting noteworthy water treatment dealerships both large and small. In the following pages, WQP celebrates not only the businesses recognized this year but also the people behind them. The…
When looking back at 2019, states remained dedicated to strengthening lead testing and remediation and have been empowered to not wait for federal action on emerging contaminants. State Action on Lead The federal Lead and Copper Rule does not require…
Nearly every day it seems we are introduced to a new chemical that has been used for many years but now is being exposed as detrimentally harmful; so harmful that it could cause serious health effects, including cancer or death. Fortunately, standard…
Well Aware and WellBeyond recently developed a new app that empowers communities in rural, developing regions to diagnose and maintain their water system issues worldwide. WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello asked Kathryn Bergmann, COO of WellBeyond,…
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