Hach Company's R&D washed up?

Hach Company may appear as  a juggernaut to competitors, with one of the best names in the water analysis business and a deep-pocketed parent company, Danaher – which purchased Hach in 1999 – able to buy up innovative smaller players at will. But we’ve been getting word from multiple sources of a cr...

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