Jan 01, 2011

January 2011

It’s time to hang up your new 2011 calendar and flip to January. As you literally turn a new page, I’m sure many of you have made resolutions to turn a new page of a different sort for the new year, whether it’s practicing healthier eating habits or…
The past year has presented challenges, but looking back, everyone in the water treatment industry can be proud of what they contributed. There will always be storms, of course, but the industry has weathered some serious squalls in the recent past and…
The goal of processing by reverse osmosis (RO) is to remove undesirable contaminants from water in the most efficient way without fouling the membrane or otherwise damaging equipment. To manage this, system design usually includes pretreatment that…
The Monterey peninsula is considered by some to be the California coastline’s finest area. Within it lie the Santa Lucia Highlands, home to the Hahn family’s vineyard estate. It was here in the 1970s that Nicolaus “Nicky” Hahn and his wife Gaby…
Wine producers in the northern California wine country, including Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino counties, encounter high levels of arsenic in groundwater extracted for use in wine processing and irrigation. These producers must lower arsenic levels to…
Because water is the primary ingredient in coffee and tea, it is essential that these products start with high-quality water. Neglecting water quality can lead to financial and environmental implications for a business. The challenge is to find a water…
One of the hardest things for water equipment dealers is to make the jump from one-man operations to companies with sales staff. One error they often make in this transition is believing they must have many leads before they can hire salespeople. While…
Our Industry Forecast on page 5 offers insights from key industry players on the future of the water treatment industry in 2011. Continuing this theme, Water Quality Products (WQP) spoke with 2010-2011 Water Quality Assn. (WQA) President Robert Hague to…
A Proud History Some dealers join the water industry because it is what their father did, what his father did, and so on. It is certainly inspiring to hear of a dealer continuing a family legacy, but it is even more inspiring to see a dealer beginning a…
Rich Anderson spent years in the corporate world, most recently as the vice president of sales for Aquion Water Treatment Products, before becoming founder and CEO of ClearView Water LLC, in Denver in 2009. In Colorado, Anderson says they are…
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