June 2008
Volume 50 Number 6
Surface Modification of Activated Carbon for the Removal of Water Impurities
by Vivekanand Gaur and P.A. Shankar
Activated carbon (AC) is a family of microporous materials used in a myriad of commercial applications as adsorbents for the removal of gaseous and liquid pollutants as well as many other applications.  read more
Evaluating Remaining Carbon Life
by William H. Brumfield
Estimating the activated carbon life cycle is a crucial part of designing an effective carbon filtration program.  read more
Coconut Shell Versus Bituminous Coal Activated Carbon
by Ken Schaeffer and Robert Potwora
Activated carbon (AC) filter media is commonly used in point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) water applications.  read more
Standard Activated Carbon Test Methods Solve Problems, Part 2
by George Nowicki, Henry Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger and Barbara Sherman
In the first article in this series, we covered some advanced activated carbon (AC) test methods.(1)  read more
Magnetic Water Treatment: After 50 Years, Still More Questions Than Answers
by Stephen K. Lower
Several years ago, I received an email from a man who owned a small sawmill in Oregon.  read more
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Hausers Water Systems--Three Generations
by Denise M. Roberts read more
The Relevance of Wisdom
by Denise M. Roberts read more
Pharmaceuticals in Water
by Rick Andrew read more
Salmonella--A State of Emergency
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. read more
Changes afoot!
by Karen R. Smith read more
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