Category Archives: General

New legislation to support US investment into plumbing research

American consumers today reap the benefits of state-of-the-art water fixtures and appliances, such as water-saving shower heads and efficient washing machines, However, the plumbing that carries water to these fixtures and appliances has not kept pace. In fact, …, newly built plumbing systems are often inefficient and inappropriate for current plumbing fixtures and appliances

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Surprise! – Your water heater is dying

Whether your water heater is tank-type or tankless, gas-fired or electric, proper maintenance and water treatment are essential to keeping it working efficiently and effectively for a very long time. Keeping your water heater protected and well maintained is one of the best investments you can make in the safety and comfort of your family.

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2016 NGWA Show – Dec 6-8 – Las Vegas NV

Take advantage of the opportunity to learn about water treatment chemistry, and practical guidelines.

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Low-energy membranes

AXEON HF5 – Series Membranes feature our proprietary HF5 Technology™, with advanced membrane construction that allows for an operating pressure as low as 80 psi.

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GE exploring sale of Water and Process business

http://www.waterworld.com/articles/iww/2016/10/ge-looks-to-sell-its-water-process-technologies-business.html REVOSE, PA, OCTOBER 31, 2016 — Following the announcement of a proposed combination of GE’s Oil & Gas business with Baker Hughes, GE has confirmed it is exploring options for selling the Water & Process Technologies business. The plan to divest the water business is a strategic decision that provides an opportunity to reposition […]

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State letter to farmers demands water to fix nitrate problem

http://www.fresnobee.com/news/business/agriculture/article109776322.html By Lewis Griswold   lgriswold@fresnobee.com A state water agency has told some farmers in Tulare County that their operations caused nitrates to get into drinking water, and that the contamination must be replaced with a clean source. If the farmers don’t do it voluntarily, the state will order them to do so, the enforcement division […]

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2016 ARCSA Annual Conference

2016 ARCSA FOUNDATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE Las Vegas Convention Center REGISTER TODAY! ARCSA FOUNDATION CONFERENCE | December 5-7 ARCSA/IA EXPO | December 7-8 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS | December 8-12 Accredited Professional Workshop December 8-9, 2016 Register Now Design & Construction Workshop December 10-11, 2016 Register Now Inspection Specialist Workshop December 12, 2016 Register Now   Click […]

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We all live Downstream

As water quality improvement and management professionals, it is our responsibility to learn and understand the impact of anthropogenic and natural environmental contamination, especially comprehending the fact that water in the air, water on the ground, and water under the ground is subject to constant change and movement.

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Chromium VI data released in September 2016

In response to a new national map showing the presence of chromium-6 in the nation’s drinking water, the Water Quality Association (WQA) has provided new resources to help homeowners and businesses understand the issue.

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State of the Water Quality Improvement Industry 2016

The Water Quality Association (WQA) is a leader in the field; providing the leadership, lobbying efforts, and education to ensure that society’s leaders are making good decisions, that consumers are informed, and that plumbers and water dealers are educated in how to protect their clients from waterborne contaminants and health hazards.

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