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Filtration

Customers are exposed to a myriad of contaminants every day and modern technology, such as reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and microfiltration units, can eliminate or minimize exposure to users. Contaminants and filtration processes highlighted in this section address aesthetic (taste, odor, color, etc.) issues, system-operation nuisance concerns and health risks.

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Watts Water Technologies appoints two new positions

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NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Watts Water Technologies Inc., through its subsidiaries, is a global manufacturer of innovative products to control the efficiency, safety and quality of water within residential, commercial and institutional applications.


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Journal AWWA editor-in-chief extends appointment

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DENVER — Published since 1914, Journal AWWA is the organization’s flagship publication and includes both professional and scholarly content.


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APWA announces Abel Wolman Award winner

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Abel Wolman Award is presented each year by APWA’s Public Works Historical Society and recognizes the best new book published in the field of public works history.


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Atanta-based company receives commercialization rights to GO membrane

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ATLANTA —Dr. Miao Yu, University of South Carolina, developed and patented a novel graphene oxide (GO) membrane.


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Important factors to consider for RO systems

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BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s September issue, Assistant Editor Maria Woodie writes about the importance of pretreating water for reverse osmosis (RO) systems.


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IACC-34 and Activated Carbon School begins next week

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PITTSBURGH — The 34th International Activated Carbon Conference (IACC-34) will be held Sept. 25-26, and the Activated Carbon School takes place Sept. 21-28.


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Sonitec-Vortisand welcomes new regional sales manager

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MIAMI — Donald A. Aromando has served the chemical and industrial water treatment industries in several capacities including sales, marketing, business development and technical support.


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The Water Innovation Project releases new publication

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The book “Damned If We Don’t” aims to inspire water professionals to take action.


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District energy center lowers TSS levels

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NEW ORLEANS — After Hurricane Katrina stormed through New Orleans, total suspended solids (TSS) levels increased in the city’s cooling systems.


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EWA receives fourth consecutive award for excellence and innovation

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CARLSBAD, Calif. — The Encina Wastewater Authority (EWA), a public authority owned by six California member agencies through a joint powers agreement, provides wastewater treatment services to communities in Northwestern San Diego County.


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