NOVEMBER 2014: ISSUE 56, NUMBER 11
Top 10 Myths about Desalination
by Genevieve D. Minter and Mark Bird
Pages: 20 - 23
Despite desalination being an option, there are over two billion people who do not have access to clean drinking water or adequate water for sanitation purposes.
The Importance of Well Testing in Real Estate Transactions
by Stephen Wiman, PhD
Pages: 26 - 29
Northern New Mexico is an area known for problem water. More than half of one local company’s sales revenues are derived from the diverse, multi-component water treatment arrays it installs and services on private wells.
How to Manage a Better Fleet and Budget with GPS Fleet Tracking
by Daniel Valentine
Pages: 30 - 32
GPS fleet tracking technology (also referred to as telematics) has made a name for itself over the past few years, with features and functionality that allow for complete fleet management.
PWQA Annual Convention Recap
by PWQA Staff
Pages: 38 - 41
The theme of the Pacific Water Quality Association’s 57th Convention and Trade Show in October again this year was sustainability.
Dealer Profile: Ohio Valley Pure Water—Staying on Top in Cincinnati
by Denise M. Roberts
Pages: 34 - 36
In 1988, Mike Noschang became a salesman for Water Resources and developed a passion for clean water. “I’m passionate about clean water for Cincinnati, OH,” said Noschang.
Water Matters: Update on Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants
by Rick Andrew
Pages: 42 - 44
The Water Matters column covered developments in this area of emerging compounds and incidental contaminants in February.
On Tap: Is Ebola a Waterborne Virus?
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD
Pages: 46 - 48
At the time of this writing, the first Ebola patient in the US, Thomas Eric Duncan, has died in Dallas, TX and a healthcare worker who cared for him has developed a fever and since tested positive for the virus.1
Viewpoint: What if it doesn't pour
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher
As we move into fall and winter, there are a few stark realities facing much of the nation.