Category Archives: Jan/Feb 10

Moving On Up…

George Jefferson may be eternally, “moving on up (to the East Side),” but the rest of us are simply moving on – to the New Year and the hope of an improved economy. That hope seems to be, in part, based on reality. Case in point? I’ve heard some version of this phrase every day for the last several weeks – “I can’t wait to kiss 2009 good bye!” It’s usually followed by some version of this phrase, “I think … Continue reading

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This-N-That

News & Events Furniture Concepts Introduces BedBug Mall Warrensville Heights, Ohio–Furniture Concepts introduces the BedBug Mall, a collection of products designed to help camps proactively manage the menace of bedbugs. The service offers a broad spectrum of products and services ranging from a Proactive Bedbug Action Plan to Bedbug Monitors, Bedbug Interceptors, Thermal Luggage Treatment, Bedbug Proof Mattress Covers and Thermal Room Treatments. The BedBug Mall provides the tools to help train staff to identify bedbugs, to handle bedbugs and … Continue reading

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Face To Face(book)

In these articles, I try to show you the realities of building and conducting effective marketing campaigns. From Web sites to brochures and videos, I have featured about every kind of marketing material out there. I did an overview article on social media marketing, where I wrote of some of the electronic alternatives to traditional marketing materials, but the use of social membership sites have grown so quickly in the last six months I decided to take a closer look … Continue reading

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Electrolytic Chlorine Generators

The growing use of Electrolytic Chlorine Generators (ECGs) in the public-pool sector is not a fad but a trend–one that has been spurred on by pool operators who have become increasingly aware of the documented benefits of this technology. The efficient and effective use of ECGs has proven not only to provide better water quality, but also to eliminate the dangerous effects of bulk chlorine handling. Salt has played a major role throughout history for its medicinal properties. Over 2,000 … Continue reading

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Electrolytic Chlorine Generators – Test

1. Sea water has a salt concentration of approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 2. Salt concentration in ECG systems is approximately a. 3,000 ppm b. 10,000 ppm c. 35,000 ppm 3. The process of converting sodium chloride in a water solution into chlorine is via: a. electrolysis b. oxidation c. reduction 4. The chlorine generator process breaks down NACL + H2O into: a. Sodium Hydroxide and Water b. Hypochlorous Acid, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide and … Continue reading

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