WQA Membership offers a unique opportunity for water treatment professionals to gain exposure to leading-edge thinking, advocacy on important regulations, and opportunities to network with industry leaders.
This week’s WQA Radio podcast tees up Convention Education – all of the sessions you’ll want to consider at this year’s WQA Convention & Exposition. Your guides are John McCartan, WQA Training and Programs manager, and Peter Cartwright, MWS, PE, of Cartwright Engineering. Cartwright is Chair of the Technical Education Task Force.
The Water Quality Association has opened registration for the 2023 WQA Convention & Exposition, to be held April 18-20 in a brand-new venue, Caesars Forum, in Las Vegas. The convention website, wqa.org/convention, provides registration, housing, schedule and other event information for the premier water quality industry event.
WQA Technical Affairs Director Eric Yeggy joins WQA Radio for his annual contaminant predictions show. He looks back at the challenges the industry faced in 2022 and offers his forecast for what will likely be the top issues we will face and how point-of-use and point-of-entry providers can respond.
Kim Redden, MWS, of Pentair, who chairs the new Ethics Communications Task Force at WQA, talks about the group’s new communications plan designed to help members understand the value and role of the WQA Code of Ethics and why it’s such an important part of being a member of WQA.