Case Study: Potable Water for Jakarta Indonesia Neighborhood...
By Simon Yang Introduction Water contamination is a major social problem worldwide, but in neighborhoods of Jakarta, Indonesia, the problem can be dire for many communities and families. The Water Environment Partnership in Asia (WEPA) […]
A New Technology for Arsenic Removal
By Bob Brooks Numerous articles have been and continue to be written about the current methods for removing arsenic from drinking water. It is not the purpose of this article to rewrite what has already […]
Case Study: POE UV Treatment Ends Decade-long Boil-Water Adv...
By Rick VanSant The Valhalla Lakeside resort installed POE filtration and UV treatment and avoided the costs to plan, build and operate a complex, central water filtration and chlorination system. Thousands of small public water […]
Emerging Trends for Healthy Living
By Gary Battenberg As often happens, topics of interest to WC&P International readers may be found in general conversations. The close working relationship between the Technical Review Committee and WC&P International often elicits articles based […]
Improving Media Adsorption Efficiency for Arsenic and Fluori...
By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, CWS-VI There are two contaminants commonly found in water that have been in the spotlight for the past decade. These are arsenic and fluoride. Most groundwater sources will contain two to […]
New Draft Standard: NSF 419 Public Drinking Water Equipment ...
By Rick Andrew With the new year comes a new draft standard from NSF in the area of water treatment. As of the writing of this column in early December, NSF 419 Public Drinking Water […]
NGWA 2014: A Big Show and Bright Prospects
By Denise M. Roberts It was good weather and great company in Las Vegas, NV for the 2014 National Ground Water Association’s (NGWA) annual convention and tradeshow, a bright spot in what is otherwise an […]
Three Case Studies of Elevated Uranium Concentrations in Gro...
By Stephen Wiman, PhD Introduction The very mention of dissolved uranium in drinking water supplies brings to mind its most infamous use: enrichment for producing nuclear devices. That is particularly true in northern New Mexico […]
Bringing Arsenic Down to Safe Levels in Your Water
By C.F. ‘Chubb’ Michaud, CWS-VI An increasing awareness of arsenic The maximum contaminant level (MCL) for arsenic in drinking water was reduced from 50 to 10 ppb by the US EPA in 2006. There was […]
Clean Water Conference Driving Change: Through Collaboration...
By Kurt Marx The Water Partners of Tacoma, WA hosted the third annual Wellspring Conference at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center in mid-October. This year’s conference focused on the current and future state […]