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  • Study shows overall concern for quality of household water supply is growing

    Consumers report being far more concerned about the quality of their household water supply this year than in any previous year they have been surveyed as part of the Water Quality Association’s biennial Consumer Opinion Study. WQA is releasing the results of the 2023 Consumer Opinion Study during its Convention & Exposition in Las Vegas…

  • WQA offers new testing capability for PFAS chemicals

    The Water Quality Association’s Laboratory is now accepting requests for reduction testing of PFOA, PFOS and other PFAS compounds with detection limits down to 1 ppt (parts per trillion).

  • Baldwin, Rouzer honored with WQA’s Drinking Water Leadership awards

    U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and U.S. Rep. David Rouzer (R-NC) have been honored with the Water Quality Association’s Drinking Water Leadership Award for their tireless work to improve access to safer, healthier drinking water across the country. The awards were presented Wednesday during the annual Water Resources Congressional Summit, part of the WQA Congressional…

  • Healthy H2O Act introduced in House on World Water Day

    The House version of the Healthy Drinking Water Affordability Act has been introduced into the 118th Congress by U.S. Reps. Chellie Pingree (D-ME) and David Rouzer (R-NC). The bi-partisan bill, commonly known as the Healthy H20 Act, was introduced on World Water Day, the same day the Water Quality Association and the National Ground Water…

  • WQA applauds re-introduction of Healthy H2O Act

    The Water Quality Association welcomes the bipartisan introduction of the Healthy Drinking Water Affordability Act into the 118th Congress by U.S. Sens. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI) and Susan Collins (R-ME).  The bill, commonly known as the Healthy H20 Act, offers federal grants for water quality testing and certified treatment technology in rural and underserved communities, including…

  • Business Boot Camp focuses on marketing, finance

    Finance and marketing highlight the agenda for the Water Quality Association’s fifth annual Business Boot Camp, to be held at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas, NV, on April 17, 2023, one day before the start of the WQA Convention & Exposition.

  • Water policy pro to headline 2023 WQA Convention

    An environmental and water infrastructure policy expert who advocates for point-of-use and point-of-entry applications is the keynote speaker for the 2023 WQA Convention & Exposition. Mae Stevens is Senior Vice President at Banner Public Affairs, WQA’s new government relations firm in Washington, D.C., and also chair of Banner’s water infrastructure practice.

  • PFAS Symposium set for water treatment industry

    The Water Quality Research Foundation and the Water Quality Association are sponsoring a PFAS Symposium to bring together top scientific, technical and water treatment industry experts to share strategies and solutions to PFAS contamination in drinking water. The scientific gathering will be April 17 at Caesars Forum, in Las Vegas, the day before the WQA…

  • WQA offers drinking water suggestions after derailment

    The Water Quality Association suggests temporary drinking water safety measures for residents of Ohio and Pennsylvania in the wake of a train derailment and chemical release in East Palestine, Ohio. WQA urges healthy caution – not panic – as officials continue to test for air, water and soil contamination after the Feb. 3 derailment and…

  • Water Quality Association readies for 2023 Convention

    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.