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    Cameron Sterling
Post by On 05 December 2016 In CPCA Corner

Opinions and answers depend on perspective, but public safety should always be of paramount significance! Here’s our view on some answers:

    Paul Bastel
Post by On 10 August 2015 In CPCA Corner

One priority for the CPCA Industrial Relations Committee (IRC) is to understand, educate and resolve frustrations around the topic of product certification. To this end the committee has undertaken several surveys among members, market and certification bodies.

This is the first of a series of articles that will highlight and inform readers on several aspects of product certification. Today’s article focuses on Factory Audits.

    Brett Smith
Post by On 10 June 2015 In CPCA Corner

Chlorine is a strong oxidant used to disinfect drinking water, process wastewater and provide sanitation that is essential to protecting public health.

Utilizing Chlorine gas requires special storage, safety and handling considerations and is usually utilized in large municipalities. Hypochlorite solutions can be manufactured onsite, is safer to handle but may cost slightly more than utilizing chlorine gas. Chlorine is a member of the Halogen group of chemicals which include Bromine, Iodine and Ozone. These halogens are oxidizers and will interfere with the free chlorine readings picked up by the sensor and as such, a strong presence of these chemicals in solution could create false reading for the presence of Chlorine.

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