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Last month marked the four-year anniversary of the Flint, Mich., water crisis, when the city switched its water source from Detroit water to the Flint River. Coinciding with the anniversary, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced an end to the state’s free...
The city of Buchanan, Mich., is located in the southwest corner of the state and has a population of approximately 4,500 people. Its northeast border is the St. Joseph River, which was once used as a major Native American transportation route. Greg...
The summer of 2018 was not easy on residents of Cape Town, South Africa. Summer lasts from November through February in this city, located deep in the southern hemisphere at the southwestern tip of Africa, and this year’s dry climate landed residents in...
When considering how branding works in residential water treatment, manufacturers and local dealers might be missing out on a major opportunity. In many cases, dealers and original equipment manufacturers are failing to connect the power of their...
Not be confused with magnesium, manganese is a silver-colored metal that is somewhat like iron in its physical and chemical properties. It is the 12th most common element on Earth. Although it is never found as a pure element, it exists as a component of...
Technology often evolves so quickly that it can be difficult to keep pace with every new device and software update, but the world is becoming increasingly connected. Advancements in both technology and convenience mean that nearly everything, from major...
The water quality industry should position quality water as the cornerstone of a quality life. To be successful, dealers should market that sentiment to the audience most likely to understand and believe it: the health-conscious consumers. Current trends...
As winter turns to spring, the inevitable combination of snowmelt and rain events brings with it the risk of groundwater contamination for well owners. On March 6 and 7, 2018, the National Groundwater Assn. (NGWA) hosted its annual Groundwater Fly-In and...