December 2005
Volume 47 Number 12
NOWRA & WQA Septic-Softener Symposium
by Bob Boerner
A symposium focused on water treatment and its possible effects on on-site wastewater systems was attended by some 125 interested parties in Cleveland, Ohio on October 13th, 2005.   read more
Home Water Treatment System Discharges to On-Site Wastewater Systems
by Joseph F. Harrison & C.F. 'Chubb' Michaud
Septic systems or "on-site waste treatment" are used by 25% of American households as the primary treatment for household waste.   read more
NOWRA & WQA Septic-Softener Symposium
by Matthew E. Byers, Ph.D.
On October 13th, NOWRA aided by the WQA convened a symposium to address the topic of water softeners and septic systems.  read more
On-Site Disposal System Issues Agenda
by Frank Brigano, Session Moderator
Education session scheduled for WQA Aquatech 2006   read more
NOWRA & WQA Septic-Softener Symposium
by C.F. Chubb Michaud, CWS-VI
Ajoint symposium was held by NOWRA and the WQA to present documentation and discuss the issues on water conditionings influence on the performance of on-site treatment systems.  read more
New Membrane Point of Entry Filtration System Certified as Microbiological Purifier
by Ron Ing & Andrew Warnes
In both developed and developing countries throughout the world, the need for small, self-contained point of entry (POE) water purifying systems is acute.   read more
Silver Technology for Cleaner Water Coolers
by Brian McBride
Keeping water cooler equipment clean is a challenge around the globe. In many countries, maintaining water cooler cleanliness is the responsibility of the water consumer...   read more
PWQA Wrap Up
by Karen R. Smith
The 48th annual convention of the Pacific Water Quality Association brought dealers and manufacturers together in Riverside, Calif., at the beginning of November. The trade show and educational sessions were held at the citys convention center; attendees were lodged at the historic Mission Inn. The gathering was an unprecedented successthe largest western regional water quality show ever held!  read more
Southwest Water Conservation Using Mobile Technology
by Laura J. Drangmeister
New Mexico, The Land of Enchantment, is home to spectacular desert scenery, brilliant sunsets and abundant wildlife. Unfortunately, there is not an abundance of the most valuable resource for the Southwest: water.   read more
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by Karen R. Smith read more
On the Road with Falsken Water Systems
by Nate F. Searing read more
John Barelli of Surplus Management Inc.
by Nate F. Searing read more
Material Safety and the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards
by Rick Andrews read more
Water Quality and the Genetic Revolution
by Kelly A. Reynolds read more
Tech Talk: Inventory Tracking Systems
by Bryan Trilli read more