June 7, 2006 – Volume 7, No. 23
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This week's NEWS

Why do we filter? Let us count the ways: Because we need to, because we "just can't avoid it" anymore, and because sequestration doesn't always work. Loads of new guidance materials available from EPA on DBP/SWT rules. Foster Farm's chicken body parts, pathogens, blood, viruses, toxic chemicals – why would you be concerned about backflow from that fine facility? Perchlorate treatment in Massachusetts is a real money-maker? New-membered NDWAC looks at LCR and affordability. Denatonium benzoate in antifreeze: Can you spell "The Law of Unintended Consequences?" New POU/POE guidance for small-system SDWA compliance.


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Federal Updates

State Updates

Bitter Antifreeze?

Cross-Connection Control

Small Systems

Lead

Water Quality Compliance

Water Treatment

Aesthetics

Arsenic

Aluminum

Microbiological

Source Water Protection

 

NEWS CONTINUES BELOW

Is Your Utility Considering a Switch to Chloramines?

Quality services that ensure safe drinking water -- McGuire Environmental Consultants, Inc. Malcolm Pirnie is on the cutting edge of developing and implementing techniques for converting to chloramines and managing nitrification. Our more than 20 years of experience in this specialty includes converting two systems serving 18 million people to chloramines, consulting on several others, and ensuring high-quality chloraminated water in dozens of other utility systems. If your utility is considering chloramines, or if you are experiencing nitrification or other issues with your current conversion, we can help.

Please visit our website to learn more or contact Michael McGuire at mmcguire@pirnie.com for more information.

 

Perchlorate

Algae

Radiological

Water Security

Water Reports

  • Australia's updated Consumer's Guide to Drinking Water
    Commentary: This is a must-read document for any water professional who would deign to visit or practice their craft in Australia. While written for the lay public, it is valuable because it connects the dots with examples, such as where microfiltration plants have been built in the country.

Fluoridation

Nitrate

Water Reuse

Private Wells

Conferences

International

Miscellaneous


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