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Current IssueSEPTEMBER 2015: ISSUE 57, NUMBER 9
Cover Stories
IBWA Bottled Water Industry Update
by Chris Hogan  Pages: 20 - 24
Bottled water is enjoying its strongest growth surge in several years, reaching new volume and sales heights in the US with a record-setting consumption of 10.8 billion gallons and sales of $13.07 billion (wholesale), an increase of 7.3 percent and 6.4 percent respectively.  
 
On-Site Bottled Water Testing
by Michael Neiheiser  Pages: 26 - 30
Continuous assessment of water quality is necessary to ensure a safe and consistent bottled water final product.  
 
Features
Your VP of Sales Must Be Your Team’s Hero
by Bill Blades  Pages: 32 - 36
The VP has two key functions: leading people and getting results. Score A in these two vital areas and you’ll be the hero. And every organization needs one. 
 
Columns
Dealer Prolife: The Dealer's Edge
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 38 - 40
In water treatment, there is no such thing as one size fits all. That applies to treatment, products and company practices.  
 
Water Matters: NSF Protocol P477: Microcystin Reduction
by Rick Andrew  Pages: 42 - 44
Cyanotoxins are a group of contaminants that can result in surface waters due to the presence of cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green algae, that can produce these compounds. 
 
On Tap: Legionella A Formidable Waterborne Hazard
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD  Pages: 46 - 49
Legionella is in the news again, this time due to the deaths of at least 12 New York City residents and more than 124 illness cases, with 94 resulting in hospitalizations. 
 
Viewpoint: Where did the summer go?
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher  Pages: 6
I blinked and it was gone! It’s hard to tell, though, with the lack of seasonal changes in Tucson.