May 2009
Volume 51 Number 5
UV as Green Alternative for Public Health Protection
by Paul Overbeck  Pages: 22-27
While man harnessed the controlled use of ultraviolet light for disinfection of drinking water almost 100 years ago, it is only in the last decade that we are seeing its global acceptance in expanded application for public health protection.   read more
The Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System
by Michael R. Markus, P.E.  Pages: 28-32
The Groundwater Replenishment (GWR) System is the world's largest water purification and reuse project of its kind.  read more
Disinfection of Rainwater Catchments: Drinking Water From the Sky
by Melissa Lubitz  Pages: 34-36
Within the last five years, water scarcity has been and will continue to be a topic of the highest priority. Do we have enough water?   read more
What Will the Next 12 Months Look Like for the Residential Water Treatment Industry? Part 1
by Andrew Warnes  Pages: 42-44
Many water treatment businesses have already discovered that creating accurate budgeting and revenue projections for this year is tricky business.   read more
WQA Recertification Quiz
by Tanya Lubner, Ph.D.  Pages: 46-47
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WQA Aquatech USA Show Upbeat in Down Enconomy
 Pages: 48-52
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2009 Technical Review Committee Insights: Rick Andrew
by Donald A. Mounce  Pages: 54
A regular columnist for WC&P, Rick Andrew serves as Operations Manager for the NSF International Drinking Water Treatment Unit (DWTU) Certification Program, located in Ann Arbor, MI.   read more
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Dealer Profile: Idaho Water Solutions' Big Push to Prove Itself
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 38-40 read more
Water Matters: Testing POU/POE Ultraviolet Drinking Water Treatment Systems Under NSF/ANSI 55
by Rick Andrew  Pages: 56-58 read more
On Tap: Clostridium difficile--An Emerging Epidemic
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D.  Pages: 60-62 read more
Viewpoint: There's Good News on The Economy, Stupid!
by Donald A. Mounce  Pages: 6 read more