Thursday, January 7, 2021 :: 457 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
The Water Quality Association says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s revised Lead and Copper Rule offers progress in the battle against lead in drinking water supplies across the United States. Among other things, the new rule requires testing in schools and childcare facilities while also establishing a trigger level to jumpstart lead mitigation earlier and in more communities.
Wednesday, December 16, 2020 :: 731 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
Water Treatment For Dummies: Second Edition is now available both online and in a printed version through the Water Quality Association. WQA members can use the updated booklet for in-home sales calls, consumer shows, new employee orientations and service call leave-behind items
Friday, November 20, 2020 :: 1377 Views :: Convention
The Water Quality Association has postponed its 2021 Convention & Exposition until July 28-30. The association says the delay increases the likelihood of hosting a successful in-person event at the Las Vegas Convention Center in the same space originally set aside for WQA to gather in late April.
Monday, October 26, 2020 :: 676 Views :: Professional Certification & Training
WQA’s popular Commercial Industrial RO Sizing workshop, usually only offered during the annual WQA Convention & Exposition, will be available online this fall. Instructor Peter Cartwright, MWS, PE, will help participants practice calculating multiple variables associated with RO sizing in both large and small breakout sessions using the Zoom platform.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 :: 1385 Views :: Capital Campaign
The Water Quality Association has announced a $400,000 capital campaign to assist with its relocation to an expanded, more modern international headquarters and laboratory facility. Participating in “Building Our Vision” through the end of 2020 allows the water treatment industry to support its trade association with expanded and improved facilities and resources aligned with the growing needs, tremendous opportunities and expansion of the industry.
Wednesday, October 7, 2020 :: 987 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs
WQA Global Regulatory & Government Affairs Manager Kathleen Burbidge has been named to the prestigious 2020 “Forty Under 40” list by the Association Forum, an organization of Chicago-area professional associations. The list annually recognizes top association or non-profit professionals for their accomplishments, leadership skills and commitment to the industry.
Thursday, October 1, 2020 :: 1610 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
“Better Water Today,” a new consumer-focused website explaining the benefits of in-home or at-the-tap drinking water treatment, was introduced at the Water Quality Association’s Mid-Year Leadership Conference. The website, which uses easy-to-understand language and illustrations, is at betterwatertoday.org.
Thursday, September 17, 2020 :: 2229 Views :: Water Quality Research Foundation
A new interactive online map provides a guide for consumers and water treatment specialists who want to learn more about water quality in their region. The map was developed as part of a Water Quality Research Foundation-funded data collection effort that resulted in 10 years of data and upwards of almost 60 million data points, providing very meaningful and statistically significant data for the map.
Wednesday, September 2, 2020 :: 896 Views :: Events
A senior economist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and an internationally acclaimed author and leadership coach will headline the Water Quality Association’s Mid-Year Leadership Conference Sept. 16 & 17. Registration is open now at the online event’s website, wqa.org/mylc.
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 :: 1051 Views
Nominations and applications are open for WQA’s annual Leadership Awards, which recognize individuals and companies who have excelled in their service to the water quality improvement industry.
Monday, August 24, 2020 :: 1304 Views :: Technical Guidance
The Water Quality Association today said that the devastating wildfires in northern California pose a threat to drinking water for people affected by the fires, but that there are precautions that can be taken to protect residents in the affected areas.
Thursday, August 13, 2020 :: 1377 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
A discussion on diversity and inclusion, opportunities to share opinions in a Town Hall and section meetings, a business outlook and a Virtual Wine Tasting to benefit the Water Quality Research Foundation are among the sessions planned for the Water Quality Association’s Mid-Year Leadership Conference Sept. 16 & 17. Registration is open now at the online event’s website, wqa.org/mylc.
Friday, August 7, 2020 :: 1365 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
The Water Quality Association is relocating its international headquarters and laboratory to an expanded, more modern facility that will allow increased capacity and flexibility for product testing and more efficient membership services.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 :: 1230 Views :: Technical Guidance
General guidance on sanitizing water treatment systems after a prolonged period of stagnation – such as during the recent COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders - is available from the Water Quality Association. The document, “Guidance for Sanitizing Residential Drinking Water Treatment Systems” is available on WQA’s website as part of the association’s coronavirus resources.
Monday, July 27, 2020 :: 985 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness
As schools prepare to reopen for in-person learning around the country, the Water Quality Association offers general guidance on bringing water treatment systems back online in buildings that have been vacant or have seen little or no water use. The guidelines are available on WQA’s website and were discussed in detail during a May webinar.