December 2001
Volume 43 Number 12
 
Cover
When the Well Runs Dry: Keeping Fouling Under Check
by Mike Schnieders
Regardless of industry or product proclamations, there’s no universal cure to well rehabilitation…  read more
 
Tending to Water Needs: Improving Wells the Right Way
by Andrew Liao
By treating a water well is dependent on many factors…  read more
 
Features
Having a Grand Ole Time in Nashville: NGWA Show Breaks Down the Numbers
by Ronald Y. Pérez, WC&P Senior Editor
Looking to repeat its successful turnout two years ago, the NGWA has come back to Nashville…  read more
 
Countercurrent Regeneration of Softeners: Weighing the Pros and Cons
by Peter Meyers
Countercurrent regeneration is a method that has tried unsuccessfully to get into the mainstream...  read more
 
Taking the Softener Approach to Brine: Why Dealers Have Nothing to Lose
by Bill Hall Jr.
The concept of regenerating water softeners causes some trepidation for water treatment dealers...  read more
 
Bioterrorism and Water Supplies -- Taking a Proactive Approach to Protect Drinking Water Resources
by Charles Ashby
The changes that Osama bin Laden and his cohorts could taint the nation's drinking water supply with biological or chemical contaminants is possible . . .  read more
 
Web Exclusive
Columns
Viewpoint: New arsenic standard opens doors for POU/POE, again read more
 
Braving the Cold Winter in Coal Country: Advanced Water Treatment of West Virginia read more
 
World Spotlight: Water for Africa: Healthy Partnerships with the Urban Poor read more
 
Getting it Right with Water-Right’s Gruetts read more
 
Water Wells and Unique Treatment Needs read more
 
Point-of-Use Protection Against Bioterrorism read more
 
Website of the Month -- For the Good of it All -- Water as Charity read more