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Technology today seems to develop at the speed of light, and WQP strives to keep up in order to deliver informative, relevant content to our readers in new ways. That’s why we’re excited to announce a feature that will allow you to bring the pages of WQP...
Bohn Well Drilling employs 15 people, including the owner. While not all employees are directly related to Gary Bohn, the team considers itself a family. In the river valleys and flatlands of Scott County, Minn., Gary Bohn began his career providing...
Our water sustainability future largely depends on best practices for commercial and industrial water treatment applications. With that in mind, a bold move called One Water has been introduced by the US Water Alliance. According to its mission statement...
Nationwide, many people deal with hard water in their homes. It can be a nuisance, so what are the best options when it comes to solving the hard water dilemma for the general public? Finding the Cause The first step to solving a hard water issue is...
The concept of water conservation has been recognized in the U.S. for more than 60 years. In the 1950s, the Water Resources Policy Commission published “A Water Policy for the American People” that read, “We can no longer be wasteful and careless in our...
There are differing opinions on how to define the commercial and industrial water treatment markets. In the water treatment industry, when we think about commercial applications, we think of businesses like restaurants, hotels, camps, laundromats and...
Almost a decade ago, a task group was convened for the NSF Joint Committee on Drinking Water Treatment Units to consider developing a new drinking water industry standard. The purpose of this standard would be to measure a drinking water treatment...
Should we be using Instagram? How about Snapchat? Can we make one of those viral videos? Stop! Please, for the love of all things water, stop. Also, breathe and know you are not alone. Lots of good companies are asking these very questions, and it is not...
In every drop of water, Martin Riese detects a distinct taste, scent and appearance. As the only certified water sommelier in the U.S., Riese uses his unique expertise to pair water with foods and beverages, foster an understanding of water...