Throughout the course of the coronavirus pandemic, health experts have been exploring the reasons why some patients experience more severe symptoms.
ContaminantsApr 13, 2021
Manganese in Drinking Water: Nuisance or Danger? The water system that serves Roswell, Georgia, is considered a “blended water source” because the water originates from the Roswell Water Treatment Plant, which draws water from the Big Cr
TechnologiesApr 6, 2021
In 1977, Cape Coral, Florida, was the first U.S. city to operate a water treatment facility using reverse osmosis (RO) on a large scale as the only means of producing potable water.
ContaminantsMar 23, 2021
Updated for 2021! How does manganese get into our water? How can we treat and reduce it to acceptable levels? Your questions answered in this update infographic.
ContaminantsMar 9, 2021
Canada has always been an active proponent of environmental sustainability.
ContaminantsMar 2, 2021
At the end of 2020, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) directed the public works director of Grantsburg, Wisconsin, a small village near the Wisconsin-Minnesota border, to post a “Do Not Drink the Water” public notice about high
ContaminantsFeb 25, 2021
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, showcased the dangers of exposure to drinking water contaminated with high levels of lead.
People & PlacesFeb 24, 2021
Our CEO Rich Cavagnaro is an avid reader. Below he shares the list of his favorite books of 2020 and why he recommends each selection.
GeneralFeb 23, 2021
The recent extreme weather in Texas shed new light on underlying problems with the state’s infrastructure.
GeneralFeb 2, 2021
The amount of water treatment solutions available in the marketplace vary widely for scale and application. A range of advanced water treatment systems can work for different industries, facilities and even households.
ContaminantsJan 19, 2021
While we still await action on an enforceable national standard for PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, in drinking water, the U.S.
GeneralJan 5, 2021
We did it, everyone. We all made it through 2020!
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