Topic: Federal Government

  • 2022 Midterm Election Update

    A Webinar featuring former House Majority Leader Dick Gephardt The Water Quality Association and Former Majority Leader Dick Gephardt discussing the latest from the 2022 Midterm Elections, the 118th Congress, and the impact on the water treatment industry.

  • WQA Advocacy Update

    This week’s episode of the WQA Radio podcast features an Advocacy Update with WQA Government Affairs Director Jeremy Pollack.

  • Federal Bills List

    WQA regularly tracks federal legislation affecting the water treatment industry or WQA members. The list is updated as the status of the bills change, new bills are introduced or old bills pass/fail. 

  • What’s New with the Lead & Copper Rule?

    Tom Bruns, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, for 120 Water, discusses the federal Lead & Copper Rule, which was revised recently to include Lead Service-Line Replacement, re-evaluation of compliance sampling and new Action & Trigger Levels. This webinar required paid registration and is available for viewing here as a WQA Core and Premier member benefit. If…

  • FIFRA handbook

    Products and technologies that control “pests”, such as bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa or slime, are also regulated under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). FIFRA is administered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Pesticide Programs. It is important that Water Quality Association (WQA) members understand that certification to NSF/ANSI standards…

  • U.S. Legislation & Agency Actions

    WQA’s dedicated Government Affairs Department advocates on behalf of the water quality improvement industry at the federal, state and local levels. We work closely with policymakers and regulators to educate them on benefits of water treatment, striving to improve the business climate for the industry by reducing regulatory burdens and increasing market opportunities. Updates &…