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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.


Third-party certification available for Wisconsin

LISLE, Ill. — As of Sept. 27, water treatment devices certified for material safety and contaminant reduction by an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-accredited body will no longer need state approval to be sold in Wisconsin.

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Water-Right releases redesigned website for CustomCare brand

APPLETON, Wis. — Water-Right has been manufacturing water treatment equipment for residential, commercial and industrial markets since 1959.

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Aquatech Amsterdam 2015 surpasses former records

AMSTERDAM — Aquatech Amsterdam 2015 organizers have added a vast list of elements to the 2015 program lineup with 60 percent of the exhibition floor already filled.

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WQA expands MEP to include Sales Certificate

LISLE, Ill. — The new Modular Education Program (MEP) Sales Certificate program provides step-by-step training through a combination of background reading, online quizzes, hands-on practice and interaction with a mentor.

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Targeting the right business relationships

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s September issue, Assistant Editor Maria Woodie writes about how establishing smart business connections can help boost profitability.

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T&S Brass welcomes new director of European Sales

TRAVELERS REST, S.C. — T&S Brass and Bronze Works Inc. is a global manufacturer of plumbing and foodservice equipment.

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WQA launches redesigned website

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — The revamped website was the Water Quality Association’s (WQA) top strategic priority for 2014 and features improved user experience as well as many enhanced tools.

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Pure Water Profits blog: 10 biggest remodeling mistakes every new homeowner makes

BIRMINGHAM — The latest post from Dale Filhaber of Dataman Group discusses common mistakes new homeowners make when hastily starting remodeling and home improvement projects.

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Lavatec Laundry Technology wins trademark infringement lawsuit

BEACON FALLS, Conn. — Lavatec Laundry Technology GmbH filed a lawsuit in 2013 for trademark infringement in the U.S.

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Industry remembers Robert ‘Bob’ Marsh

VISTA, Calif. — Marsh was one of the first to custom design and sell softening equipment to the U.K. and Europe.

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