August 2008
Volume 50 Number 8
Ozone Treatment of Iron, Manganese and Sulfide Ion, Part 2
by Water Quality Association - Ozone Task Force
The first installment of this series focused on the scientific theories of ozone's oxidation of iron, manganese, sulfide ion and even micro organisms related to point of entry (POE) and small public water treatment processes.  read more
Ozone Puts a Fresh Spin on Laundry
by Bob Smith-McCollum
Recent increases in energy costs and dwindling fresh water supplies have put a real squeeze on light industrial and commercial operations, such as laundries.  read more
The Use of UV Technology to Control Legionella in Water Features
by Jon McClean
The use of UV light has now become standard practice in many industrial and municipal water treatment processes.  read more
Methods of Producing Lab Water
by Jon Bergman and Joe Palma
Water is a critical component in the laboratory for various applications, from the production of aqueous solutions to the cleaning of glassware.  read more
Commercial Water Treatment - Jar Testing for pH and Alkalinity Adjustments
by Marianne R. Metzger
Water treatment dealers who have traditionally served the residential market are getting more involved in treating commercial and industrial water systems.   read more
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Viewpoint: Putting first things first
by Donald A. Mounce read more
Ozark Water for the New Millennium
by Denise M. Roberts read more
It All Starts with an Idea - Eco-Tech, Inc.
by Donald A. Mounce read more
Laboratories for POU and POE - The Analytical Side
by Rick Andrew read more
POE/POU - A Benefit for Small Community Water Treatment
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. read more
Guidelines for submitting an article
by WC&P Staff read more