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Current IssueAPRIL 2015: ISSUE 57, NUMBER 4
Cover Stories
Emerging trends for Healthy Living
by Gary Battenberg  Pages: 22 - 26
As often happens, topics of interest to WC&P International readers may be found in general conversations.  
 
Case Study: POE UV Treatment Ends Decade-long Boil-Water Advisory for Small Water System
by Rick VanSant  Pages: 28 - 32
Thousands of small public water systems are in operation throughout North America and most face serious challenges for financing, operating and maintaining multi-barrier treatment systems that will provide safe drinking water to the communities they serve.  
 
Columns
Dealer Dynamics: Fools Rush In
by Greg Reyneke, CWS-VI  Pages: 14 - 17
Each spring, we discuss commercial and industrial water treatment with our readers, and each spring, I field a number of calls from dealers across the country needing help on projects where they have engaged something more complex than their skill set could handle. 
 
Dealer Profile: Aqua-Aid Systems Define Complete Water Treatment Service
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 34 - 36
Started in 1984 by the late Larry Cushing, Aqua-Aid Systems is a wholly owned subsidiary and separate entity of Cushing and Sons Company, a water well and pump installation and service business.  
 
Water Matters: Standards for POU/POE Activated Carbon Systems
by Rick Andrew  Pages: 38 - 40
Many people in the POU/POE industry have heard of NSF/ANSI 42 and NSF/ANSI 53. These standards have been around for many years and there are a large number of products certified to them.  
 
On Tap: Industrial Waste Risk and Management in Drinking Water Sources
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD  Pages: 42 - 44
Industrial waste production is a reality of life. Management of waste discharges from manufacturing, agriculture and other processes involves making a series of decisions influenced by the level of known, or perceived, risks and best practice approaches. 
 
Viewpoint: How to approach bigger applications
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher  Pages: 8
Maybe you are reading this as you are preparing or are in transit to WQA Aquatech 2015 in Las Vegas, NV.