August 2009
Volume 51 Number 8
Ozone Applications and Measurements
by Marianne R. Metzger
Ozone is a triatomic molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer that it is used as a disinfectant in many applications, including...  read more
Field Status of Small-Scale Domestic Ozone Systems
by Gary Battenberg
The following is an interview by Don Mounce, WC&P Executive Editor, with Gary Battenberg, Technical Director with Hague Quality Water International, relative to the issue of ozone and small-scale domestic systems.   read more
Ozone and Emerging Contaminants
by Larry Henke
Ozone has long had a role in the disinfection of water; its ability to inactivate or kill microbes such as bacteria, protozoa and viruses has been well studied and applied for decades  read more
Water Purifiers Keep Army Moving
by Pfc. Charles Wolfe
Water is a substance so basic and essential to life that it needs no introduction.  read more
Blood of the Earth--Store of Economic Value Part 1: Overview of the World Water Market
by Steve Maxwell
Decades from now, it seems likely that historians will look back on the 2008-2009 timeframe as a turning point due to...  read more
WQA Recertification Quiz
by Tanya Lubner
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ACE09: A Broader View of the Water Treatment Industry
by WC&P Staff
San Diego, CA was host to the American Water Works Association's (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE09) in June.  read more
WC&P Historic Insights: Advertise in the Best and Worst of Times
by Patrick B. Smid
There's no time like the present to advertise.  read more
2009 Technical Review Committee Insights: Shannon P. Murphy
by Donald A. Mounce
Shannon Murphy joined Watts Premier Inc., of Phoenix, AZ, in 2003 as Vice President, Municipal Water Programs. Watts Premier is a division of Watts Water Technologies.   read more
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Flowing Issues: Staying on Top of Regulation
by Donald A. Mounce read more
Dealer Profile: High Plains Water Driven by High Expectations
by Denise M. Roberts read more
The Basics of Water Chemistry: Elements, Atoms and Molecules
by Peter S. Cartwright read more
Water Matters: POU/POE Test Rig Considerations
by Rick Andrew read more
On Tap: APHA Explores the Public Health Challenge of Water
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. read more
Viewpoint: Always changing and improving
by Donald A. Mounce read more