January 2005
Volume 47 Number 1
 
Cover
Water Desalination Processes and Associated Health and Environmental Issues
by Joseph A. Cotruvo
More than 11,000 desalination plants are in operation throughout the world, producing more than 20 million cubic meters (m3)—roughly six billion gallons—of water per day...  read more
 
Features
WC&P’s 2005 Technical Review Committee: Setting the Industry’s Standard of Excellence
by Karen R. Smith
One of the nicest aspects of being the Executive Editor here at WC&P is the privilege of working with the Technical Review Committee...  read more
 
A $1.3 Billion Shift in the Industry: GE Buys Ionics
by Nate F. Searing
Ionics Inc., the desalination heavyweight with a 50-year history designing, installing, operating and maintaining water and wastewater treatment systems, has been acquired by GE Infrastructure, a unit of General Electric Company...  read more
 
Pool and Spa Trade Shows and New Business Opportunities
by Thomas M. Lachocki, Ph.D.
Surrounding your customer with a more diverse group of products usually results in greater business security...  read more
 
New from WQA: National Consumer Research Study
by Margit Fotre and John Ferguson
The Water Quality Association has published the result of a precisely defined, groundbreaking consumer survey specifically targeting the POU/POE industry...  read more
 
Web Exclusive
Columns
Viewpoint: Timeline redux read more
 
Give Your Customers Something to Roar About
by Nate F. Searing read more
 
Are You That Jacuzzi? A Conversation with Paul Jacuzzi of Waterite Technologies
by Nate F. Searing read more
 
Cyst Reduction, Turbidity Reduction, Nominal Particulate Reduction, Class I
by Rick Andrew read more
 
Underground Storage Tanks in the U.S.
by Kelly A. Reynolds read more
 
Tech Talk: Mobile Services Meet Variable Demineralized Water Requirements in the Power Industry
by Robert T. Taylor, Jr. read more