February 2005
Volume 47 Number 2
 
Cover
It’s All Water
by Peter J. Censky, Executive Director, WQA
New leads! New customers! New opportunities! New markets!..  read more
 
Large or Small: WQA Aquatech USA 2005 Has Something for Every Dealer
by Nate F. Searing
The expanded focus of WQA Aquatech USA 2005, including new exhibitors in the industrial process water, ultrapure and chemical markets...  read more
 
A Unique Partnership between Europe and North America
by Ids Boersma, Director International Exhibitions, Amsterdam RAI
The reason to expand Aquatech to the USA is that a general exhibition like Aquatech representing the full spectrum of the water industry, from drinking water to wastewater to process water simply did not exist here...  read more
 
WQA Aquatech 2005 Attendees List

WQA Aquatech USA 2005 Exhibitor Schedule...  read more
 
Features
Water Reuse with Membrane Technologies -- An Update
by Peter S. Cartwright, P.E., CWS-VI
For the last 30 years, protection of the environment has been steadily moving up on the priority list of concerned citizens...  read more
 
Recertification Quiz: February 2005

In cooperation with the Water Quality Association (WQA), WC&P offers water treatment professionals an opportunity to earn Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credits toward recertification as Certified Water Specialists...  read more
 
High Performance Turbidity Filter
by Fred Tepper, Leonid Kaledin and Catherine Hartmann
Turbidity in water is caused by suspended and colloidal matter such as clay, silt, finely divided natural organic matter (NOM), inorganic matter and plankton plus other microscopic organisms, according to Standard Methods 2130...  read more
 
Superior Water for Utah Classrooms
by Nate F. Searing
When Mark Lambourne’s son came home from elementary school four years ago complaining about the taste of the water coming out of his classroom drinking fountain...  read more
 
Basic Ion Exchange for Residential Water Treatment, Part 1
by Michael C. Keller
W hen dealing with residential water treatment there are two basic classifications of water: groundwater and surface water...  read more
 
Corona California Wastewater Treatment Goals Become a Reality
by Karen R. Smith
The city of Corona, California made the commitment to water reclamation several years ago, opting to treat wastewater to a level of quality where it would be suitable for a variety of beneficial non-potable uses...  read more
 
Weak Acid Cation and Its Potential in Latin America
by David J. Swiderski
Through my seven years traveling in Latin America I have discovered that weak acid cation is under-utilized and presents one of the best solutions to very common drinking water problems...  read more
 
Web Exclusive
Columns
Tsunami Relief
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Viewpoint: Patricia Steiner read more
 
Drinking Water Meets Marine Biology Hague Quality Water of Greater Philadelphia
by Nate F. Searing read more
 
Drinking Water Dollars: Profiting from Water
by Neil D. Berlant read more
 
Making Waves Ed Giordano of Hydro Systems International
by Nate F. Searing read more
 
Conformance to the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards of Complete Systems Versus Components
by Rick Andrew read more
 
Waterborne Disease Outbreaks following Tsunami Disaster
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. read more
 
One Tough Broad: Patricia F. Steiner -- August 20, 1949 – December 29, 2004
by Kurt C. Peterson read more