Category Archives: General

NSF releases P453

This protocol was developed with input from various industry organizations and benefited from a public review comment period. NSF International has additional services to assist facility operators in establishing and verifying their management plans for cooling tower water systems through education, guidance in developing plans and third-party verification audits.

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The tip of the Iceberg

The true nature of the effects of these emerging contaminants on our health is largely unknown, since some of them are so difficult to test for, and there are many interfering factors. Since multiple, continuous sources of exposure to these contaminants exist in the environment, it will continue to be very difficult to define true causal relationships, so the safest path is to avoid ingestion, especially through drinking water.

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Cleaner water for KwaZulu Natal

WWIF has already undertaken several deployment projects in Ghana, Kenya, Swaziland, South Africa, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Japan

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Hurricane Harvey Resources

If you have questions please do not hesitate to contact either the Texas Water Quality Association (TWQA) or the Water Quality Association (WQA). 

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Please help to heal Houston and surrounding areas

Hurricane Harvey was the first major hurricane to make landfall in the United States since Wilma in 2005, ending a record 12-year period with no major hurricanes making landfall in the United States.

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USGBC Utah wraps up week of green events

USGBC Utah has concluded a week of events celebrating the theme that it’s “Good to be Green.” Volunteers pulled off several events between August 18 and 24 with a goal to celebrate, educate and update the broader community on the value of sustainable building, as well as to share the latest strategies to save money and to conserve energy while working in green buildings and living in healthy homes.

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AWT 2017 Annual Convention and Exposition

Join us at AWT’s 2017 Annual Convention and Exposition in Grand Rapids, Michigan, September 13-16! Experience a dynamic program featuring networking opportunities, evening receptions, an exhibition walk-through, and educational sessions, including these focused on Legionella

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California sets new limit for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (TCP)

Most TCP contamination stems from the extensive application of pesticides containing TCP that were manufactured by Shell Oil and Dow Chemical Company prior to the 1990s. Despite the companies’ knowledge of the health risks, they failed to remove the ingredient from their products or notify farmers and communities of the known health risks.

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In memoriam: Warren Mueller – Houston, TX

It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of WARREN MUELLER of Mueller Water Conditioning, Inc. of Houston, Texas.  According to the family Warren passed away on Saturday, July 1, 2017.  In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the American Cancer Society in memory of Warren Mueller.

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NSF 444 – A new standard to minimize biological contamination in buildings

Global public health organization NSF International and ASHRAE have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) dedicated to protecting public health by establishing safe management practices for building water systems. These systems include cooling towers, air conditioning units for large buildings, hot tubs, large complex water systems (in hotels, hospitals, cruise ships and institutions) and decorative […]

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