Jan 01, 2020

January 2020

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have made a big splash in news headlines recently, notably in Hollywood. A new film called Dark Waters hit big screens Dec. 6, 2020, and chronicles the true story of an environmental lawyer’s battle against…
We live in a fragile environment that is becoming even more fragile with our changing climate. As our climate grows more unpredictable in the coming decades, natural disasters like hurricanes, floods and tornados are expected to increase, further…
As we enter a new decade, industry experts analyze trends & expectations for the coming year. Vision 20/20 By Pauli Undesser, MWS Executive Director, Water Quality Association [email protected] | 630.505.0160 What better year to talk about vision…
When it comes to reverse osmosis (RO) systems, data shows that most consumers do not know what they want. They just know that they want higher quality water. When homeowners start their research for a solution, it can often get confusing. The internet…
A couple of weeks ago while visiting Long Island, New York, to work with a client,  I was sitting in my Jeep Grand Cherokee at a stop light when a van plowed into the rear of my vehicle. My car was not drivable, so the tow trucks came, and I rode along…
Attention to evolving regulations helps anticipate new threats and opportunities. One such type of regulation for the drinking water treatment and filtration industry in the U.S. is local plumbing codes. A general code definition of plumbing systems…
As the online marketplace increasingly shifts to be a dominant force in sales, water treatment product manufacturers are searching for new ways to combat discounted products and maintain the integrity of their brand, products and partners. In response,…
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