December 2010
Volume 52 Number 12
Using Geology and Well Construction Expertise to Improve Raw Water Quality
by Stuart A. Smith, MS, CGWP and Allen E. Comeskey, MS, CPG  Pages: 30-33
Challenging raw water quality frequently has a geological origin, even if the source is not ground-water.  read more
Contaminant Regulation, Where Are We Now?
by Shannon P. Murphy  Pages: 34-38
Focusing on contaminant regulations, in general and recently, lead has been king, which brings up the topic of HR 5320 (  read more
Water Dealers: Five Things You Must Do Every Day to Build Your Business
by Dale Filhaber  Pages: 40
Every water dealer is a business owner and entrepreneur by nature.   read more
Does Not Compute! How to Avoid Data Loss and Maintain System Integrity
by Kelly R. Thompson, CWS-VI  Pages: 42-44
A meeting I was having with Steve, a water treatment dealership owner in Ohio, was interrupted by a local computer repair professional returning a desktop that he had been working on for about a week and a half.   read more
GAED Reveals Pore Sizes in Carbon Blocks Causing Aqueous Dechlorination Failure
by Henry Nowicki, H. George Nowicki, Wayne Schuliger and Barbara Sherman  Pages: 46-50
All activated carbons (AC) are not the same. Activated carbons can be made from many raw materials, but these three dominate; they are readily available at low cost.   read more
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Dealer Profile: Career Change = Success for Pure Water Oasis
by Denise M. Roberts  Pages: 52-54 read more
Flowing Issues: Who Will Win the US Residential Water Treatment Water
by Andrew Warnes  Pages: 22-27 read more
Water Matters: Testing POU RO Systems for Pentavalent Arsenic Reduction
by Rick Andrew  Pages: 56-58 read more
On Tap: Evolving Risk Assessment of Arsenic Contamination in Groundwater
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D.  Pages: 60-62 read more
Guest Viewpoint: Study benefits explained to Congress
by Peter J. Censky  Pages: 6 read more
Viewpoint: At the close of the decade
by Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher  Pages: 8 read more
People: December 2010  Pages: 20 read more