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Jun 4 2020
Watauga Riverkeeper, Andy Hill, and MountainTrue are urging people to use Swim Guide, an app and website that notifies users when water is safe for…
Jun 3 2020
It seems that every few months stories of communities with excessive lead levels in their drinking water make headlines. Two high-profile examples…
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Jun 3 2020
WQP Associate Editor Cristina Tuser spoke to James Peterson, market development manager for Crystal IS, about how commercial and consumer appliance…
Jun 3 2020
Under an EPA rule finalized Monday, states have less say in issuing Clean Water Act permits.  Up until this change, Section 401 of the federal CWA …
Jun 3 2020
In this episode of Checking In: A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Bryan Brister, CEO for Voltea. The…
Jun 2 2020
Whether you are adding to an existing sales team or you are introducing a sales department to your existing business, it is common to become…
Jun 2 2020
Halifax Water’s proposal to replace lead pipes on private property, free of charge, is facing its first round of deliberation at the Nova Scotia…
Jun 1 2020
A new Environmental Working Group investigation found that manure from Minnesota’s 23,000 animal feedlots raises nitrate and phosphorus levels in the…
May 29 2020
Point-of-use (POU) faucets and systems are becoming increasingly important in helping meet consumer demands for safe, high quality drinking water.…
May 29 2020
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…
May 29 2020
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…
May 29 2020
In the U.S. EPA’s National PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) Action Plan, published February 2019, the agency identified the water treatment…
May 29 2020
Global Water Services is a service provider to the industrial water treatment industry. We operate worldwide to provide evaluation, training, service…
May 29 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…
May 29 2020
In this episode of Checking In: A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with John Hein, senior demand generation…
May 29 2020
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is offering general guidance on bringing water treatment systems back online in buildings which have been vacant…
May 28 2020
The Community of Seville, California has clean tap water for the first time in almost five years.  The County of Tulare led a project to create a…
May 27 2020
As many as 220 million people around the world may be at risk of drinking groundwater contaminated with arsenic, according to a new study published…
May 27 2020
In this episode of Checking In: A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Susan Keaton, marketing and…
May 26 2020
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) recently provided comments on the U.S. EPA’s “Preliminary Regulatory Determinations for Contaminants on…
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