Join more than 2,500 water treatment dealers, suppliers, manufacturers, and others dedicated to the betterment of water quality around the world. Together we can make a difference.
Here are just some of the benefits of joining the Water Quality Association:
Education: Access to WQA’s Knowledge Base, which provides short articles with practical facts, treatment options, and instructions on a wide range of topics that you can search quickly from your office or in the field. WQA also offers education programs for water treatment professionals and non-technical staff alike, including our online education platform, professional certification program, webinars, in-person education sessions and non-technical staff onboarding.
Events: The annual WQA Convention & Exposition is the signature water quality industry event with an exciting menu of technical and business operations education sessions, networking opportunities and, an unrivaled industry trade show.
Industry News: WQA Update is a weekly e-newsletter featuring information about WQA, upcoming events, educational opportunities, membership, and legislative matters, plus a selection of industry news. WQA also produces podcasts that feature members, industry experts, and researchers to provide insights and updates about the water treatment industry.
Information: WQA supports members and the industry through technical services, research, and technical reports. WQA’s Technical Affairs department stays up to date on contaminants and other water quality challenges.
Lead Generation: WQA connects consumers with water treatment providers through its online Find-A-Provider tool. WQA provides a social media toolkit that members can use to connect with customers through their own social media accounts. WQA increases consumer awareness of the value and importance of water treatment through media outreach and BetterWaterToday.org, a consumer-oriented website.
Government Affairs: WQA continuously monitors and acts on legislation across the United States, tracking bills dealing with water contaminants, installation, or license requirements. WQA provides support to members on specific issues at local, state, federal, and international levels and invites members to Washington, D.C. for the annual WQA DC Fly-In to meet with federal agencies and congressional offices to advocate for the industry.
Network of Industry Leaders: You will grow your network of contacts and business leaders in the water treatment industry, thereby growing your reputation and your business. Industry professionals work closely alongside their peers through volunteer service on the Association's committees and task forces.