Topic: pou/poe

  • Instructor-Led Training Courses


    The next round of WQA’s Instructor-led training courses start April 22, 2024. Registration is open now for the sequence of courses that can get you on the path to a Certified Installer, Certified Water Treatment Representative, Certified Treatment Designer, Certified Service Technician or Certified Water Specialist title. Save time and money with our new course…

  • 5 Things to Know About Water After a Flood


    WQA Technical Affairs Director Eric Yeggy offers five quick tips on ensuring quality drinking water during flooding or when power outages affect filtration systems.

  • Consumer Opinion Study discussion


    We’re going to offer Part Two of our discussion about the 2023 Consumer Opinion Study, which tracks consumer awareness and understanding of water quality issues and treatment solutions. We’ll take you back to the WQA Convention in Las Vegas for a panel discussion with panelists Shannon Murphy, Vice President for Development and Compliance at Aquamor,…

  • Undesser shares insights on her Senate testimony


    Get a first-hand account from WQA Chief Executive Officer Pauli Undesser, MWS, as she discusses her testimony on rural water issues before the Senate Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on Rural Development and Energy. The podcast shares Undesser’s testimony on the need for POU/POE products and WQA’s support of the Healthy H2O Act. It also features her…

  • WQA’s PFAS proposal comments reviewed on WQA Radio


    This week’s WQA Radio podcasts features a portion of a recent WQA/WQRF webinar, “PFAS and Forecasting the Regulatory Landscape,” in which WQA Government Affairs Director Jeremy Pollack summarizes the comments WQA submitted to the federal Environmental Protection Agency on its first National Primary Drinking Water Regulation for six PFAS chemicals. Those comments highlight the capabilities…

  • What the WQA Consumer Opinion Study tells us about our customers


    The latest episode of the WQA Radio podcast features a portion of the session on the 2023 Consumer Opinion Study at the WQA Convention & Exposition. It’s a panel discussion kicked off by an overview from WQA Chief Executive Office Pauli Undesser, MWS, with panelists Shannon Murphy, Vice President for Development and Compliance at Aquamor,…

  • WQA issues call for 2024 Convention presentations


    The Water Quality Association is inviting potential speakers to submit proposals for education sessions for the 2024 WQA Convention & Exposition on March 5-7, 2024, in Orlando, FL. The convention theme is “Catalyst.”

  • POU/POE viable for SDWA compliance, study finds


    A research study funded by the Water Quality Research Foundation has been published in AWWA Water Science, a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of research on the science, engineering and social aspects of water. The University of Massachusetts Amherst study demonstrates how Community Water Systems can examine three different factors together to determine whether it’s better to…

  • “Gary the Water Guy” is guest on WQA Radio podcast


    This week’s episode of WQA Radio features a conversation with Gary Beutler, also known as “Gary the Water Guy.” Beutler owns the Water Store in Midland, Ontario, Canada, and also has his own YouTube channel. “Gary the Water Guy” produces videos on a weekly basis to teach, inform and help consumers understand water quality and…

  • WQA Advocate Mae Stevens is featured on WQA Radio


    In this episode, we feature a portion of Mae Stevens’ remarks as Keynote Speaker at the WQA Convention & Exposition in Las Vegas in April. Mae is Senior Vice President of Banner Public Affairs, WQA’s new Government Affairs firm in Washington, D.C. She talks about public policy and funding for water treatment in Washington and…