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Current IssueJUNE 2015: ISSUE 57, NUMBER 6
Cover Stories
Activated Carbon Principles and Practices for Drinking Water Applications
by Henry Nowicki, PhD, Wayne Schuliger, George Nowicki and Barbara Sherman  Pages: 30 - 34
The carbon industry has come a long way in its manufacturing process and understanding of how carbon works.  
 
Features
A New Technology for Arsenic Removal
by Bob Brooks  Pages: 36 - 38
Numerous articles have been and continue to be written about the current methods for removing arsenic from drinking water.  
 
2015: Bigger and Better, Moving Toward the Future
by Denise M. Roberts and David H. Martin  Pages: 40 - 49
Let the fun begin! That was the atmosphere surrounding the entire annual conference and trade show held in Las Vegas, NV, complete with golf, glory, buyers, sellers and a record number of attendees. 
 
Columns
Dealer Dynamics: What Did You Learn Today?
by Greg Reyneke, Master Water Specialist  Pages: 18 - 22
Do you remember what it was like when you began your career in the water industry? I sure remember my humble start.  
 
Dealer Profile: Communication IS Customer Service
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 50 - 52
What is the biggest complaint we hear from the service sector?  
 
Water Matters: Update on NSF/ANSI 419 Public Drinking Water Equipment Performance–Filtration
by Rick Andrew  Pages: 54 - 56
In January, this column introduced a new draft standard from NSF in the area of water treatment.  
 
On Tap: POU Prevention of Healthcare-acquired Waterborne Infections
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD  Pages: 58 - 60
The death of four patients at a Greenville Health System (GHS) hospital in Greenville, SC left many people asking what happened. Problems identified included the presence of an indigenous bacterium, specifically Mycobacterium, in the hospital water supply.  
 
Vieiwpoint: Summer is on the horizon!
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher  Pages: 10
In most places, school is out and vacation time is on the calendar.