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Current IssueAUGUST 2015: ISSUE 57, NUMBER 8
Cover Stories
Ozone in the Residential Sector: A Discussion on Future Options
by Marc DeBrum  Pages: 24 - 26
The use of ozone has typically been associated with larger commercial and municipal water treatment markets. Is that changing, and if so, in what way?
Over the years, the use of ozone in commercial applications has flourished and... 
Keeping Your Pools Drought-Proof
by Terry Arko  Pages: 28 - 30
As summer looms larger, the weather heats up and things start to get a lot dryer. Areas of California, Arizona, Nevada and Texas are seeing historically severe droughts.  
Dealer Dynamics: Ozone Why Aren’t You Using It Yet?
by Greg Reyneke, MWS  Pages: 12 - 16
Water is one of the most precious commodities on our planet. It is our job as water quality management experts to make that water cleaner, better and more useful while saving costs, preserving energy and easing the labor burden. 
Dealer Prolife: AQUA-MAN Water Conditioning: A Small Company with Texas-sized Success
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 32 - 34
Kelly Parks got his start in the water treatment industry in 1987 on a bet. While playing tennis with a neighbor, he bet the neighbor he could do his job. The very next day, Parks went to work for Rayne of San Antonio.  
Water Matters: A New Standard for Pool Chemicals
by Blake Stark  Pages: 36 - 38
Everyone is familiar with chlorination of swimming pools. This is a long-standing practice that has been used for many years to help improve the safety of swimming pools and reduce the incidence of communicable diseases associated with swimming in them. 
On Tap: Warmer Waters Heighten Toxic Algae Production
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD  Pages: 40 - 43
Algal blooms in surface waters peak in the warmer months of late summer and fall. Many species produce harmful toxins, posing a risk to animals, recreational swimmers and drinking water supplies.  
Vieiwpoint: Technologies are changing...are you?
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher  Pages: 6
During the hottest month of the year, many people turn to swimming pools for relief.