Jun 30, 2020

July 2020

In my May editorial letter, I took a moment to check in and ask how you are doing. In an industry built on a strong foundation of relationships and connections, pausing to reflect as a whole is critical. Since then, a lot has changed both nationally and…
Editor's Note: Do you know a water treatment dealer who deserves recognition for leadership in the industry, innovative ideas or successful business practices? Nominate them to be featured as a WQP Dealer of the Month here. Self-nominations are accepted…
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, a pandemic. Following continuous advocacy efforts by industry groups, the water industry was declared essential personnel and businesses were…
Across the globe, elevated levels of fluoride in drinking water are becoming a significant threat to public health. Although limited amounts of fluoride are safe in water supplies, many regions have reached dangerously high levels. Removal and treatment…
Ozone water treatment technology has been in use commercially for many years as a powerful, non-chemical disinfectant in municipal water treatment facilities and commercial applications. The first drinking water plant utilizing this technology began…
A few weeks ago, my husband asked if I had seen a new series on Netflix. He could not remember the name, so we pulled up the site and started looking for the series in question. Fifteen minutes later, we were about to give up our mindless scrolling when…
Six years after the drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan, cities continue to grapple with the presence of lead in drinking water. While officials try to manage the problem with anti-corrosive agents, most water experts recognize this is a bandaid for…
Ever since the crisis in Flint, Michigan, the issue of lead in our drinking water supply has been at the forefront of concerned minds across the nation. This is all for good reason. Lead has been shown to affect brain development in children and elevated…
WQP Associate Editor Cristina Tuser interviewed Thomas Bernier, a partner at the Baltimore Office of Dehay & Elliston, about legionella risk management as water conservation and public health becomes an increasing issue.  Cristina Tuser: Have you…
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