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Mar 23 2018
Extreme drought and water shortages in major cities such as Cape Town, South Africa; São Paulo, Brazil; Los Angeles, and Beijing, China, have brought…
Mar 1 2018
Chances are, you’re doing social media wrong. I don’t mean any disrespect by this; perhaps you are, in fact, the exception to the rule. If so, sweet…
Mar 1 2018
The water industry depends on regional and state associations to advocate for industry interests at state and local levels. These associations…
Mar 1 2018
Bandera County, Texas, is located in the Texas Hill Country, approximately 40 miles northwest of San Antonio. Despite its proximity to the city and…
Mar 1 2018
It seems almost fated that Bob Schaefer would find himself starting a water business in a place with so apt a name as Watertown. Whether this was a…
Feb 28 2018
In 1950, journalist and flight instructor Paul Maher bought a water conditioning business as a side project while he continued to write and teach.…
Feb 28 2018
For the fourth year, WQP profiles a selection of young professionals in the water treatment industry. The five individuals featured here exhibit the…
Feb 28 2018
The art of sailing involves more than simply jumping on a boat and letting the wind take you away. There are physics involved—a delicate balance of…
Feb 28 2018
Each month, WQP provides the latest in water quality treatment products and services, as well as top-notch business advice, in its regular issues.…
Feb 28 2018
Nearly six months after Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico is still struggling with water quality issues. Mekela Panditharatne, a law fellow for the…
Feb 28 2018
Thousands of water treatment professionals will head to Denver this month for the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) Convention & Exposition, held March…
Feb 28 2018
E-commerce solutions for the water treatment industry are becoming must-haves for suppliers, but developing these solutions involves the relentless…
Feb 28 2018
Iron and manganese often are associated with hard groundwater and can create problems for homeowners with private wells. They are responsible for…
Feb 28 2018
During the recent awards season for films, Guillermo del Toro’s “The Shape of Water” garnered accolades and made headlines. The shape of the water…
Feb 28 2018
Waterline Technology was asked to provide a recommendation to further reduce risk of Legionella for a premise plumbing potable water system in a 21-…
Feb 28 2018
As a consulting company, much of our focus is on knowing, understanding and anticipating changes in the industry while helping our clients to either…
Feb 28 2018
With a new year, federal and state governments are reconvening to deliberate over proposed legislation. The momentum created by media coverage of…
Feb 28 2018
After Fidel Castro became prime minister of Cuba in 1959, Ray Puentes immigrated to the U.S., where some of his family lived. Ray’s uncle owned a…
Feb 28 2018
I recently attended a panel discussion at the University of Illinois at Chicago discussing the issue of lead service lines in Flint, Mich., and…
Jan 26 2018
Every two years, the International Water Assn. (IWA) organizes the International Young Water Professionals Conference (IYWPC) to provide tangible…
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