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- A high level of reported satisfaction at WQA Aquatech USA, which HHI attended, in early April reflects an industry growing with new technology and the promise of larger economic opportunity ahead, event organizers said.
- WQA is developing a voluntary certification program based on consensus standards for sustainable water-treatment products to dispel confusion, preserve the environment, and standardize the market.
- Final Barrier is the plan to promote Point of Use/Point of Entry (POU/POE) devices as a way to face emerging threats to drinking water, including infrastructure problems that many communities face.
- Featuring the expertise of over 25 water researchers, Dry Run explores water scarcity and ways residents and business owners can conserve water using best practices.
- While removing standing water is of most obvious concern after flooding, indoor air quality concerns must also be taken into consideration during cleanup.
- Following a nationwide search, the Lisle-IL based Water Quality Association has selected its new Executive Director.
- Studies in Philadelphia, New York City, Houston, Washington, DC, and Greenville, North Carolina, have revealed high lead levels in drinking water.
- Protecting the safety and health of restorers and building occupants is of paramount importance in water damage restoration projects.
- The drinking water in thousands of schools contains lead and other toxins, prompting experts to urge administrators to look into treatment systems to protect students.
- Types of mold and the health effects and symptoms associated with exposure to them.
- Without a long-term commitment to comprehensive environmental management, not even the best high performance school can hope to stay high performing for very long.
- First-of-its-kind green healthcare rating system distinguishes construction of high-performance healthcare facilities.
- Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) are a group of over 100 different chemicals that are formed during the incomplete burning of coal, oil and gas, garbage, or other organic substances like tobacco or charbroiled meat.
- How to prevent the growth of mold and mildew in the school environment.
- Green the plant logically: Not every initiative will have a positive, sustainable return.