BIRMINGHAM — A member of our online community is asking for advice regarding a metallic taste of water.
BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s March issue, Assistant Editor Maria Woodie writes about U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s fourth Contaminant Candidate List (CCL 4).
Staying cognizant of contaminants as they emerge can give water treatment professionals an edge over the competition.
OKLAHOMA CITY — World Water Works Inc.’s patent-pending AVN™ technology improves total nitrogen (TN) removal by managing carbon, alkalinity and energy.
BIRMINGHAM — In case you missed it, check out Water Technology’s Special Edition e-Newsletter: Testing.
DENVER — The hearings with the U.S. House Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy are in response to the incident occurring last August in Toledo, Ohio, when cyanotoxin microcystin was found in finished water, resulting in a “do not drink” advisory to be issued for more than 400,000 people.