July 2005
Volume 47 Number 7
Mistakes to Avoid in the Design and Operation of Reverse Osmosis Systems
by Gil K. Dhawan
Reverse osmosis (RO) technology has evolved into a widely used process for the purification of water...  read more
Reverse Osmosis Treatment of Drinking Water
by Barbara Kneen, Ann Lemley & Linda Wagenet
Reverse osmosis (RO) systems can often improve the quality of water...  read more
Still Distilled!
by Karen R. Smith
Once upon a time, distillation was a common method of water treatment...  read more
WQA Great Lakes Annual Convention

Mason, Ohio -- June 16-17, 2005  read more
32nd Annual TWQA Convention and Exhibition

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Navigating Local Government -- Why You Need the New WQA Handbook
by Robert W. Boerner
The Texas Water Quality Association (TWQA) was caught flat-footed in the fall of 2001...  read more
The Last Untapped Water Source
by Darryl D. Clayman
Every day, 280 cubic miles of water evaporates (or transpires) into the atmosphere. Thats a tremendous and virtually untapped resource...  read more
The East Asian Arsenic Crisis Revisited
by Larry Henke
In September 1997, I wrote in these pages of the emerging crisis of arsenic contamination in East Asia...  read more
Basic Ion Exchange for Residential Water Treatment, Part 3
by Michael C. Keller
This third installment (see our February and March issues for parts one and two, respectively) of Mike Kellers popular WQA session talks about the removal of specific contaminants...  read more
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Viewpoint: The season heats up read more
Happy Birthday, Puritan Water Conditioning Inc.!
by Nate F. Searing read more
After the Acquisition
by Nate F. Searing read more
Testing for Chloramine Reduction Requires In-Place Chloramine Formation
by Rick Andrew read more
Lead Contamination of Drinking Water
by Kelly A. Reynolds read more
Tech Talk: Insurance Issues -- Why Cant I Buy Insurance from a Standard Carrier?
by John Brennan Larkin read more
Managing Risk Affordably
by Mark A.W. Smith read more