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November 2005: Volume 47, Number 11

Dealer Alert: Preventing Recreational Water Illness
by Tom Lachocki

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, but unfortunately, often something bad has to happen before we pull together to create something good. Over the last decade, documented recreational water illness (RWI) outbreaks have been increasing, according to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC). The agency documented a record number of RWI outbreaks in the 2001/2002 biannual report (MMWR Oct 22, 2004). Although perhaps attributable to more outbreaks and better reporting, the ideal to which we aspire is a decrease in outbreaks, period -- despite those factors.

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Water Wërks H2O: Solutions to H2O Problems  June 2005
Finding New Ways for a Nation to Drink Clean Water  May 2005
Aquatek Water Conditioning: Bringing Clean Water to Rural Ohio  April 2005
Dealer Profile: You Can Live Without Soft Water... But It`s Hard  March 2005
Drinking Water Meets Marine Biology Hague Quality Water of Greater Philadelphia  February 2005
Give Your Customers Something to Roar About  January 2005
An Oasis in the Desert: Water & Environmental Systems Est.  December 2004
Thicker Than Water: Three Generations at Maher Water Corporation  November 2004