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Drinking Water

Drinking water plays an important role in society today. Regulations are consistently updated and new technologies are being developed to solve the health-related challenges associated with drinking water.

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U.S. Water Alliance announces 2015 U.S. Water Prize winners

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Water Prize winners will be honored at an awards ceremony on April 13 at the National Geographic’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.


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NGWA part of ‘team effort’ to provide household water well owner training and assistance

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — In addition to creating new water well owner technical assistance and training programs, the National Ground Water Association (NGWA) will build upon programs initiated under a one-year grant completed last August.


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Online survey reveals majority of consumers see water as smart beverage choice

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Conducted online by Harris Poll of more than 2,000 U.S. adults for the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA), the survey reported 96 percent of Americans believe people should drink more water.


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NGWA announces new officers and directors to 2015 national and divisional boards

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — The National Ground Water Association (NGWA) is a nonprofit organization comprised of international and U.S. groundwater professionals.


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Understanding salinity in drinking water

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s January issue, Technical Editor Dr. Joseph Cotruvo writes about salinity.


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WSC names new member to board of directors

WASHINGTON — The Water Systems Council (WSC) is a nonprofit organization committed to protecting U.S. groundwater resources and to ensuring household private well users have safe, reliable drinking water.


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Journal AWWA peer-reviewed articles now available for free online

DENVER — The American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) Journal AWWA is the first publication in the water industry to transition to an open access model.


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Group of scientists push for the addition of water to ‘MyPlate’

WASHINGTON — According to a recent post in NPR’s The Salt¸ a group of scientists from the Nutrition Policy Institute at the University of California are considering adding a water icon to “MyPlate,” which replaced the food pyramid in 2011.


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Targeting millennials with direct marketing

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s January issue, Dale Filhaber writes about the importance of direct marketing for water treatment dealers.


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HaloSource scientific adviser to be inducted as Fellow of NAI

BOTHELL, Wash. — “Dave” Worley will be inducted as a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI) during the 2015 NAI Annual Conference, held at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, on March 20.


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