POTABLE WATER QUALITY ARTICLES

Program to help prevent food, water contaminants in hospitality industry

NSF International launched a new program for the hospitality industry that provides a credible means to demonstrate the safety of its food and water to travelers, agencies and hotel rating websites.

New smartphone challenge to help provide clean drinking water to children worldwide

To tackle worldwide clean water challenges, UNICEF Tap Project will launch a new mobile experience challenging Americans to put down their cell phones to help save childrens' lives.

Partnership to provide drinking water from waste heat in Maldive Islands

The world's first desalination unit utilizing the waste heat of a local power generator to produce up to 10 tons of drinking water per day through membrane distillation started up in the small Mald...

Potable water quality to be improved in India with innovative treatment system

Regions of India will soon receive cost- and energy-efficient drinking water with an innovative European water treatment technology.

New partnerships kicks off nationally-acclaimed water recycling program

A new five-year, $50M agreement was renewed between United Water and the West Basin Municipal Water District in Carson, Calif.

New reverse osmosis plant helps FL city meet water supply demands

The acceptance testing of Biwater's 1.5-million-gallons-per-day RO system has been completed at the Springtree WTP in Sunrise, Fla.

Desalination system helps thwart drought in Marshall Islands

A Spectra desalination plant established on Utrik, an atoll in the Marshall Islands, is thwarting the effects of a yearlong, region-wide drought.

Water treatment contracts of over $8M in Canada oil & gas industry announced

H2O Innovation announced it was awarded new contracts totalling CAD $6.5 million (US $8.8 million) in Western Canada's energy sector.

West Virginia chemical spill shuts down capital city, water supplies

On Thursday, Jan. 9, a chemical spill occurred along the Elk River in Charleston, W.Va., shutting down the majority of the city and affecting about 30,000 people.

Peace Corps aims to improve potable water quality at African schools

Three schools in Zambia could soon see a significant improvement in their potable water quality thanks to the U.S. Peace Corps.

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Scipar Inc

Specializes in the design and commissioning of fully engineered process control systems for water resources, hydroele...

Gemite Products Inc

Offers waterproofing systems for potable water NSF/ANSI approved, waste-water (crystalline & flexible system), waterp...

Medro Systems Inc

Manufactures industrial and medical water treatment systems, primarily reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, deionization...

RS Technical Services Inc

Video pipeline inspection systems with unparalleled product durability and reliability utilizing cutting-edge single ...

BUYER'S GUIDE PRODUCTS

Tri-Bond Rubber Linings

Blair's Tri-bond rubber linings are designed with a triple layer construction consisting of a soft/semi-hard/soft combination of rubbers and are specially compounded for many solutions.

Intelligent Water

The Intelligent Water software solution derives insights from data to help utilities manage pressure, reduce water consumption, mitigate sewer overflow, and better manage their water infrastructure, assets and operations.

Quantum Marketing Group

Manufactures flexible pipeline and valve markers, signs, decals and related visual identification products.

Georg Fischer Piping Systems Ltd

Provides customized solutions and high-quality components used in industrial applications, gas and water distribution.