Jan 25, 2019

February 2019

The state of Wisconsin is known for its water. Well, it’s actually known for its cheese, but with two Great Lakes touching its shores, the state is rife with opportunity for researchers, water technology startups, and innovative treatment methods. Last…
David and Krista Brewster entered the water industry almost by chance, but have since left their mark on their hometown of Lenoir City, Tenn., where Aqua Clear Water Systems is based. Now the vice president, Krista was a registered dietitian prior to the…
The 116th Congress kicked off Jan. 3, 2019, shaking up Congress with new elected officials taking office after their victories in the November midterm elections.  The 2018 fall election results allowed the Republican Party to hold onto the majority in…
The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) may not be familiar to everyone in the water treatment industry, but for plumbing professionals, alongside their fellow standard custodians ICC-ES, it is known as the “plumbing…
A strong stewardship ethic exists in the dairy industry, where farms often are passed down from generation to generation. When dairy farmers say they want to leave their land better for future generations, they are talking about their children and…
NSF Intl. requires periodic retesting for all NSF/ANSI Standard 61-certified products. For most product types, this testing occurs on an annual basis for as long as the product is certified. Product types such as faucets, faucet components and some…
Everything you do in business either generates or eliminates revenue.  Let me say that again: Everything you do in business either generates or eliminates revenue. When you sign the checks on the front versus the back, it has a huge impact on your life…
The media spotlight on the 2016 emergency declaration in Flint, Mich., put lead contamination at the forefront of the news and the minds of residents with running water everywhere. Newark, N.J.’s public announcement in October 2018 of a study that…
In November 2018, Water.org and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Sustainable Water Partnership announced they would provide $4 million in microloans for a 37,000-person Cambodian community in the Stung Chinit watershed. The…
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