May 29, 2020

June 2020

As of press time, at least 43 states have begun easing shelter-in-place restrictions, ranging from reopening parks to permitting more businesses to reopen, according to CNN. Where I live in Illinois, stay-at-home orders continue through May 30.  The WQP …
Global Water Services is a service provider to the industrial water treatment industry. We operate worldwide to provide evaluation, training, service, system upgrades, rentals and replacements to clients where failure of critical water treatment systems…
In the U.S. EPA’s National PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) Action Plan, published February 2019, the agency identified the water treatment industry as a part of the solution. It stated: “If you find PFAS in your drinking water, certain PFAS …
Crowds of people lined up to stock up on water, abandoned swimming pools and dried-up dams. In spring 2018, such images from Cape Town, South Africa, splashed across the world media as the city was experiencing the worst water crisis in its modern…
At one point in time, the water treatment industry was largely novel and unknown to the consumer market. However, as our society in the new decade grows more connected and informed, people have come to view their water treatment options with a more…
Point-of-use (POU) faucets and systems are becoming increasingly important in helping meet consumer demands for safe, high quality drinking water. Water treatment systems can be fancy and require faucets in a wide variety of styles and finishes. Their…
This article is the second in an in-depth series focusing on how to build, train and retain an amazing sales team. Read the rest of the series: Training & Staffing Part I: The Foundation of an Excellent Sales Team Training & Staffing Part II:…
WQP Associate Editor Cristina Tuser spoke to James Peterson, market development manager for Crystal IS, about how commercial and consumer appliance manufacturers are tasked with addressing two competing demands: water flavor and guaranteed water…
It seems that every few months stories of communities with excessive lead levels in their drinking water make headlines. Two high-profile examples since last summer came out of Newark, New Jersey, and Canada, leading authorities to issue large-scale…
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