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September 2014

Volume: 37
Edition: 9

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Unlocking the potential of strong business relationships

Establishing the right connections can help boost profitability.

Establishing the right connections can help boost profitability.


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Smart systems to advance your business

New equipment and software technologies are saving your customers money, time and frustration.

New equipment and software technologies are saving your customers money, time and frustration.


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An innovative approach to promote water use efficiency

UC Riverside study shows “block-rate water budgets” encourage households to conserve water.

UC Riverside study shows “block-rate water budgets” encourage households to conserve water.


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Pretreating RO systems can enhance membrane operation and longevity

The pretreatment of water for reverse osmosis systems is a vital step to optimize performance, reduce operating costs and obtain a greater ROI.

The pretreatment of water for reverse osmosis systems is a vital step to optimize performance, reduce operating costs and obtain a greater ROI.


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Hazard and Operability Analysis (HAZOP) for water systems

A hazard study concentrates on how the design will cope with abnormal conditions.

A hazard study concentrates on how the design will cope with abnormal conditions.


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The pros and cons of water treatment for a perfect cup of coffee

Water can help bring out different flavors from coffee beans.

Water can help bring out different flavors from coffee beans.


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Executive series: Interview with PWQA’s John Foley

The association’s president offers insight into the 57th annual Convention and Trade Show.

The association’s president offers insight into the 57th annual Convention and Trade Show.


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Preventing Legionnaires' disease and other waterborne bacteria through long-term secondary water treatment

Increased outbreaks are pushing facility managers and engineers to take a serious look at solutions.

Increased outbreaks are pushing facility managers and engineers to take a serious look at solutions.


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Water softeners

Watts Water Technologies Inc.

Watts Water Technologies Inc. introduces its new W100T and W110 Series Water Softeners.


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Commercial RO systems

AXEON Water Technologies

AXEON Water Technologies introduces the all new AXEON L1-Series Light Commercial Reverse Osmosis Systems.


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Water electrolyzer

Conquest International LLC

The EL-400 Electrolyzer is distributed by Conquest International LLC, the sole U.S. supplier of commercial water electrolyzers manufactured by Envirolyte.


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Process medium

KDF Fluid Treatment Inc.

KDF Fluid Treatment Inc. offers KDF 85 Process Medium for removing or reducing iron and hydrogen sulfide from groundwater and other water supplies.


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Soft water products

LanoSoft®

LanoSoft® proudly introduces its new and improved product line of soft water laundry detergents, cleaners and personal care products, reformulated to minimize the line’s impact on the environment and provide superior performance.


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Non-electric distiller/purifier

Waterwise Inc.

Watts Water Technologies Inc. introduces its new W100T and W110 Series Water Softeners.


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Around the Industry – September 2014

Pressure regulating valve

GF Piping Systems

GF Piping Systems introduces a new full plastic pressure regulating valve to its wide range of products.


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Water treatment system

Ionex SG Ltd.

This vastly reduces waste disposal complexities and related expenses, offering a more complete treatment solution to water districts.


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UV LED transmittance monitor

Aquionics

The PearlSense T254 from Aquionics is the world’s first and smallest, UV LED transmittance monitor.


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Municipal/Industrial News and Events – September 2014

Contaminant of the Month: EPA's Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule

EPA is considering the next Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR4), including some that do not belong there.

EPA is considering the next Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Rule (UCMR4), including some that do not belong there.


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Turning our attention to legionella

Our recent coverage of this waterborne bacteria.

Our recent coverage of this waterborne bacteria.


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Professor POU/POE — September 2014

This month’s topic: The distribution system of drinking water.

This month’s topic: The distribution system of drinking water.


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