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Nearly a third of Americans have had some sort of water problem in the last year

J.D. Power released the 2017 Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study, which reports that nearly one-third (32%) of residential customers reported some type of water quality problem in the past year. Among the specific problems reported, low pressure, bad taste, discoloration and scaling/water hardness had the most significant negative effects on customer satisfaction. “There is […]

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Aquatherm piping contributes to LEED v4 Credits

Aquatherm has the only piping systems that directly contribute to LEED v4 credits.

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2016 Water Treatment Industry Leadership Awards

Leadership Awards Given for Contributions to the Water Treatment Industry The Water Quality Association (WQA) honored ten individuals with leadership awards earlier this month. The awards were presented on March 15, during the Opening General Session of the 2016 WQA Convention & Exposition in Nashville, Tennessee. The Hall of Fame Award, given for lifetime dedication and service […]

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Toilet to Tap – Get over yourself

Nature’s process is the gold standard, but human invention are now better than ever before. Membrane separation technologies, ultraviolet sterilizers, and “final barrier” solutions give us the peace of mind that we need, while continuing to improve on initial investment amount and overall carbon footprint.

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Sea Water to Fuel, it’s becoming more affordable

Navy researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Materials Science and Technology Division, demonstrate proof-of-concept of novel NRL technologies developed for the recovery of carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen (H2) from seawater and conversion to a liquid hydrocarbon fuel.

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Fluoride lowers Children’s IQ?

Research supports the possibility of adverse effects of fluoride exposures on children’s neurodevelopment

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WQA Aquatech 2012 – Water and Nutritional Supplements

My presentation at WQA Aquatech 2012 is about the importance of water quality experts having a better understanding of water, health, aquaceuticals, nutraceuticals and other related technologies. Our industry has focused for so long on REMOVING things from water that we have forgotten that we can actually ADD things to make water even better for […]

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Aquaceuticals – Drink to your health – Part 1

Water, Nature’s miracle compound, is both an elixir and a destroyer. Two gases combine to create a liquid that preserves life on our entire planet. As a source of hydration, water enables all organisms to survive and thrive. When exposed to carbon dioxide, water forms carbonic acid, a strong solvent that dissolves almost anything it […]

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Semper Fi – Always faithful

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Water doesn’t prevent dehydration???

 Interesting scientific opinion paper by Prof. Dr. Moritz Hagenmeyer and Prof. Dr. Andreas Hahn published by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) about the relationship between drinking water and prevention of dehydration. Pay attention to the verbiage of the report, since it is easy to get confused by it. While the report says that water […]

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