water quality professional Articles

  • Water Quality Monitoring for the “Big Four Parameters”

    Many different parameters can be measured in natural and artificial waters with sensors or via lab analysis. Each parameter effects water quality and the organisms that depend on the water for survival. Different states, monitoring agencies, and companies also place an emphasis on different water quality parameters to be monitored, depending on local conditions and mandates. For most water ...

  • A water quality index for recreation in Brazilian freshwaters

    Use of water for leisure activities has long been prevalent in human societies, especially where the climate is favorable. Water resources with appealing conditions for primary contact recreational activities include rivers, waterfall plunge pools, dams and lakes, as well as sea coasts. Recreational use has specific demands for water quality, particularly as regards risks to human health such ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • AWWA releases new manual, M68 Water Quality in Distribution Systems

    The American Water Works Association has released a new manual, ...

  • Integrating surveillance data on water-related diseases and drinking-water quality; action-research in a Brazilian municipality

    The Brazilian Ministry of Health proposed a research study involving municipal professional staff conducting both epidemiological and water quality surveillance to facilitate the integration of the data which they collected. It aimed to improve the intersectoral collaboration and health promotion activities in the municipalities, especially regarding drinking-water quality. We then conducted a ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Pettit national ice center cuts operating costs, perfects ice quality with Culligan Matrix Solutions

    Challenge Pettit National Ice Center, located in Milwaukee, Wl, is a U.S. Olympic Training Site and the only indoor sea-level ice oval in the U.S. The facility has helped many top speed skaters reach their Olympic medal dreams - while also providing a location for frequent national and international competitions. In fact, all of the U.S. speed skaters who have participated in the last ...


    By Culligan Water

  • City Of Redmond – Wellhead Protection Program, EQuIS Implementation

    Project Overview The City of Redmond (City) has several water quality related programs (e.g., Groundwater Monitoring, Drinking Water, Surface Water) responsible for contributing to the protection and management of ground and surface water resources. These water quality programs (Programs) have either regulatory responsibility authorized by state or county oversight agencies or, have local ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • I Know, Let’s Make A Video!

    Back in the 1930s, a young Andy Rooney and Judy Garland made feel-good films for Depression-era audiences. One of the kids would tell a sad tale about someone in the neighborhood needing new glasses, new false teeth, or an operation. Andy or Judy would say, “I know. Let’s put on a show. We can charge everyone a nickel to get in. Mrs. Jones has that barn in her back yard, and we can clean it up ...

  • Clean Watersheds Needs Survey – 2004 Report to Congress & 2008 Survey Advancements

    ABSTRACTThe Clean Watersheds Needs Survey (CWNS) 2004 Report to Congress (RtC) documents the nation’s needs for improving and protecting wastewater quality and wastewater-related public health. This paper presents the major qualitative findings of the CWNS 2004 RtC, including: (1) a comparison of needs distribution by category between the CWNS 2000 RtC and the CWNS 2004 RtC; (2) the levels of ...

  • Watershed Project Presents Challenges

    Dennis McAlpine, P. E., project engineer at Houston Engineering, Inc. (HEI) acknowledges he enjoys a professional challenge. He has one. And so do several other folks connected with a $3 million water management project to clean up lakes in the Rice Creek Watershed District (RCWD), as well as other projects. The district is in the north/northeast sector of the metropolitan area and includes parts ...


    By EPG Companies Inc.

  • With a stormy future ahead, study offers new tools for managing runoff

    These two words might make you sleepy: stormwater management. But they should make you scared. Or, if a new study can help shake things up, hopeful. Runoff carrying oil, salt, fertilizer, sediment and other pollutants is a top threat to lakes across the U.S., and several factors — including rising population, growing cities and changing climate — are ...


    By Ensia

  • BBA Pumps at WEFTEC 2016!

    WEFTEC, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the biggest meeting of its kind in North America and offers thousands of water quality professionals from around the world the best water quality education and training available today. ...


    By BBA Pumps North America

  • Cayuga County, New York Pioneers Community Digester Program

    New project of Soil And Water Conservation District will help control odors and improve water quality while generating biogas with an innovative system. A bioenergy vision that started several years ago is finally being built at the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District headquarters in Auburn, New York. Jim Hotaling, Executive Director, has long envisioned a community digester ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Emerging contaminants are a featured topic at the 2018 AWWA NY Meeting

    New York’s Water Event, The New York Section of the American Water Works Association annual conference ran April 10 –  April 12, 2018. Held at the City Center in Saratoga Springs, New York, this year’s event is the 104th meeting and included a solid technical program where information on emerging contaminants such as  ...


    By Purolite Corporation

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