Water Taste and Odor – Your Nemesis – Industry Flim Flam

If you know anything about me you know that I have little respect for entities like the Water Quality Association (WQA), NSF, IAPMO and similar “experts” who provide water advice. One of my reasons for this is that these groups are generally the minor league thinkers when it comes to water chemistry and solving water problems. Indeed, in 30 years of solving water problems and serving some of the world’s…

Glanris – Heading Off The Next Water Apocalypse

Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) is a staple of the water purification industry. It is used for municipal drinking water, industrial water and wastewater treatment, and it is the component of the majority of consumer water filtration products. Like many of our natural resources the continued use of GAC is not sustainable.

Does RO Remove All Bacteria?

By specification commercial RO membranes state that they remove 99.9% of bacteria. This in no way indicates that RO removes all bacteria. At any given time the rejection of bacteria may indeed be 100%, but this will never be the case 24/7/365 If the inquiry is to determine if RO water is sterile and can be counted on to be bacteria free, the answer is an absolute no. Here are…