Sep 30, 2020

October 2020

In my editorial letter last month, I touched briefly on the relationship between water access and public health, particularly in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. This complex relationship is not easy to define and can be challenging to grasp for those…
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…
I am always amazed how each day can have bad aspects to it as well as good aspects. This virus has certainly proven this to be so. As I have matured in my business life as well as my personal life, I have gone through all the emotions and feeling that…
More and more Americans depend on groundwater as their safe drinking water supply source. In many cases, private wells are not only the safest and most reliable source of water, they may be the only one available. According to the U.S. Geological Survey…
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted the world economy, and many people have been forced to work from home. This has left offices, hotels, municipal buildings, such as schools, high rises and other commercial buildings underutilized. Water lines are…
Professionals in the water quality and treatment industry are facing a sink-or-swim moment when it comes to adopting technology. Many have already faced the pain of moving to a remote working model and are coming to understand that the old brick-and-…
Environmental Health & Engineering Inc. recently released a report titled “Risks to Drinking Water Quality in the U.S. and Benefits of Point-of-Use Filtration” in collaboration with Helen of Troy experts expanding on risks to drinking water quality…
It has been a long, hard-fought battle. The water treatment industry has been working overtime to serve customer needs while observing health protocols and guidelines to ensure customer and employee safety. But what about buildings that have been offline…
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