Sep 02, 2020

September 2020

While some things may feel at a standstill amid COVID-19 concerns, we keep moving forward. Businesses continue to adapt, communication methods—both personal and professional—continue to evolve, and regulations continue to develop. We forge a path forward…
In this era of “new normal,” ensuring the supply of safe drinking water for every home is more important than ever to maintain the overall well-being of every individual. The WQP survey conducted in March to April 2020 indicated that COVID-19 would have…
About one-third of Americans have been working from home due to the pandemic, according to NPR, and most schools transitioned to distance learning before summer break. More time at home might mean more focus on home maintenance. From the U.S. Census on…
In spring of this year, a new research project by the University of Massachusetts-Amherst began with Drs. Emily Kumpel, David Reckhow and John Tobiason. This project will conduct a sustainability comparison of the options available to small community…
Emerging contaminants are the topic de jour across the U.S. and have been for some time now. Thanks to efforts within the water treatment industry from the dealer level to trade organizations and manufacturers, more visibility into harmful water…
This article is the third 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: How…
Manufacturers may know that NSF/ANSI drinking water standards evaluate health effects from a product, but many are not aware of the toxicological work that goes into establishing a test program and confirming compliance. Having insight into these…
Cristina Tuser: What was the genesis of WEP? Dave Marsh: Milwaukee, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, became a natural site for breweries and tanneries that use a great deal of water. As a result, it also became the home for many companies that…
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