April 2003
Volume 45 Number 4
Ion Exchange Regains Limelight: Used as Treatment for Selective Ion Removal from Well Water
by C.F. (Chubb) Michaud, CWS-VI
Down the road, people will look to wells as their major source of water. The question becomes—how best to remove contaminants in the "ground" that affect water quality. Ion exchange is one such tool...  read more
New WQA President’s Report: A New Era of Change
by James W. Baker, CWS-VI
WQA 2003-2004 President Jim Baker offers a brief look at priorities he'll set for the 2,000-plus member association of the point-of-use/point-of-entry water treatment market...  read more
Secrets of Success: Selling Distillation for POU
by Patricia Guzman
Distilled water is water that's turned into vapor and condensed elsewhere into "pure" water, leaving the vast majority of impurities behind...  read more
Well Water Chlorination: An Effective, Low-Cost Source Remediation Device
by Karlis Bite
For thousands of rural Canadian private well owners, the magnitude of the water quality crisis came into focus almost as soon as E. coli claimed its first lives in Walkerton, Ontario, in 2000...  read more
Water Baggers: Portable Water Purification on the Battlefield
by Spc. Christopher Fincham
In the Army, the first days of basic training include commands: "Drink Water," "Empty your canteen" and "Stay hydrated!" A new packaging system helps troops better use their water supply to that end in training or combat...  read more
Web Exclusive
Greywater Recycling via Separation Technology
by Clint Elston
Pressure is growing internationally to introduce pollution-reducing, water-conserving and recycling measures for sustainable residential and small community water/wastewater systems...  read more
Another View -- Public Water system Compliance Using POU/POE
by Henry Nowicki and Mick Greenbank, Ph.Ds.
In a couple of days, Feb. 13-14, NSF International arranged many experts to cover the issues and facets of point-of-use and point-of-entry (POU/POE) opportunities. This is our perspective on the event...  read more
Viewpoint: Ooo, that Smell! Dealers Cringe at Broadcast’s Odor of Impropriety read more
Mining the Overland Express: Gardner`s Water Service, of Stagecoach, Nev. read more
PipeLines: Softeners Are Denied to 250,000 in California read more
World Spotlight: An American in Africa -- Surveying Water in Ethiopia read more
Bottom Line: How to Set Prices -- Are Yours Too High or Too Low? read more
In the Know with Innowave’s Christensen read more
A Matter of Public Trust -- A Review of the NSF Conference on POU/POE for SDWA Compliance read more
Understanding Waterborne Caliciviruses, Noroviruses, etc. read more
Website of the Month: Springing into Fair Trade -- Take Your Business Local for Easier Prospects read more