January 2008
Volume 50 Number 1
 
Cover
Overview of Seawater Desalination Concentrate Disposal Options
by Nikolay Voutchkov
One of the key limiting factors for the construction of new seawater desalination plants is the availability of suitable conditions and locations for...  read more
 
Six Ways to Reduce Desalting Costs by 50 Percent
by Mark Bird
The current low cost of desalted seawater is US$600 per acre-foot or 326,000 gallons. This acre-foot cost is equal to $0.01 per five gallons.   read more
 
Features
Global Water: A Low-Cost, High-Return Model for International Water Projects
by Ted A. Kuepper, Chris Kunze and Valerie Ndaruzaniye
Global Water is an international non-profit humanitarian organization focused on providing safe water supplies, sanitation facilities and...  read more
 
International Exhibition on Water Technologies and Environmental Control: Tel-Aviv, Israel
by Anat Kartaginer
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Lowering the Cost of Whey Production at Brewster, Ohio Dairy
by Chris R. Hoffman
Whey, once an environmentally troublesome waste product of the cheese making process, is becoming an increasingly significant revenue stream for US cheese producers. Whey protein concentrate is dried and sold for use in many products, including:...  read more
 
AWQA Annual Dinner

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Columns
Sin City's Thirst Quenchers -- GWC, Inc.
by Denise M. Roberts read more
 
WQA Aquatech USA 2008 -- A Chat with Peter Censky
by WQA and WC&P Staff read more
 
Total Dissolved Solids Reduction Testing of Point of Use Reverse Osmosis Systems under NSF/ANSI 58
by Rick Andrew read more
 
Preventing Hepatitis A Infections--A Multibarrier Approach to Success
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. read more
 
Viewpoint: Happy New Year!
by Karen R. Smith read more