JANUARY 2015: ISSUE 57, NUMBER 1
Fluid Treatment: Skids and Packages
by Peter S. Cartwright, PE
Pages: 24 - 26
In the fluid treatment industry, a skid is typically a steel pallet modified to support and contain various treatment technology components.
Three Case Studies of Elevated Uranium Concentrations in Groundwater
by Stephen Wiman, PhD
Pages: 28 - 33
The very mention of dissolved uranium in drinking water supplies brings to mind its most infamous use: enrichment for producing nuclear devices.
NGWA 2014: A Big Show and Bright Prospects
by Denise M. Roberts
Pages: 34 - 38
It was good weather and great company in Las Vegas, NV for the 2014 National Ground Water Association’s (NGWA) annual convention and tradeshow, a bright spot in what is otherwise an overcast season.
Creative Marketing: Email Marketing Making a Comeback
by David H. Martin
Pages: 12 - 14
Email marketing has been available for over two decades, yet today water treatment dealers are taking a fresh look at email as a tool to nurture existing customers and create referrals.
Dealer Profile: Education: Future Requirements for Dealer Success
by Denise M. Roberts
Pages: 40 - 43
Throughout the history of the water treatment industry, the need for technology has steadily grown in proportion to the need for safe water.
Water Matters: New Draft Standard: NSF 419 Public Drinking Water Equipment Performance—Filtration
by Rick Andrew
Pages: 44 - 46
With the new year comes a new draft standard from NSF in the area of water treatment. As of the writing of this column in early December, NSF 419 Public Drinking Water Equipment Performance – Filtration is currently undergoing balloting to become an NSF standard and subsequently an NSF/ANSI standard.
On Tap: Graywater: Reuse and Risks Revisted
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD
Pages: 48 - 50
It’s that time of year again, when we pledge to be better people, better friends and better environmental stewards. Continuing to gain momentum is the movement toward residential graywater reuse.
Viewpoint: New year, new chances for success
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher
According to many economists, diving oil prices will result in savings of nearly $1,000 per year for many families and translate into more buying power as the over-supply of oil increases.