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Water Softening/Conditioning

In addition to covering the maintenance and upkeep of small-, medium- and large-scale water softening equipment and supplies, this section also focuses on new developments, such as emerging trends in desalination, alternatives to salt-based softening and ion exchange.


Happy holidays from Water Technology

BIRMINGHAM — The Water Technology staff would like to wish all of our readers and their families a happy holiday season and prosperous New Year.

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Registration now available for WQA Aquatech USA 2015

LAS VEGAS — WQA Aquatech USA 2015 will be held April 21-24, 2015, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

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WQRF applauds ResinTech and the Urbans family for campaign contributions

LISLE, Ill. — The Investing in Your Future Campaign has raised more than $1.7 million of its $2.5 million goal since the launch of the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) campaign at WQA Aquatech USA in April 2014.

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Follower profile: Melissa Joan Hart

BIRMINGHAM — We often recognize our social media followers and this time we’d like to welcome Melissa Joan Hart as a new Twitter follower.

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EWT can prevent rust formation

OXFORD, Pa. — Electronic water treatment (EWT) devices change red rust into black rust, removing red rust together with the scale in the water flow.

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Treating water to brew the perfect cup of coffee

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s September issue, Cang Li, contributing writer, writes about how water can affect the taste and quality of coffee.

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RainSoft remembers its founder, John Grayson

CHICAGO — Grayson is credited with designing and patenting the industry’s first seven-cycle valve and blow-molded plastic cabinet.

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Water quality industry remembers John Grayson

LISLE, Ill. — In 2003, Grayson earned a Water Quality Association (WQA) Ray Cross Award for his pioneer contributions to the water quality industry.

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WWEM 2014 sustains ample growth

TELFORD, England — WWEM 2014, the sixth International Conference and Exhibition on Water, Wastewater and Environmental Monitoring, was comprised of a variety of activities designed to update and inform anyone in the water sector with a professional interest in testing and monitoring.

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Canature N.A. changes company name after recent acquisition

CARMEL, Ind. — With Canature N.A. now known as Canature WaterGroup™, new products will be introduced under the WaterGroup and Hydrotech trade names, featuring new designs and technologies for residential and commercial applications.

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