Join us for our next WQA Essentials webinar:

"What's New With the Lead & Copper Rule?"


Wednesday, May 25
Noon Eastern/11 a.m. Central


Free for WQA Core & Premier members
$39 for E-members/$89 for non-members


CPD: 0.1 CPD awarded for watching the webinar live
Another 0.1 CPD upon succesful completion of quiz
(Potential total of 0.2 CPD)

Tom Bruns
Vice President,
Strategic Initiatives 120Water

This webinar will look at 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. 

About the speaker:

Tom Bruns has 46 years of public and private sector experience in the water sector, and currently serves as the Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for 120Water, an Indiana based technology company that has been a key partner with utilities and government agencies across the country in applying technology to current drinking water compliance issues. Prior to joining 120Water he had a lengthy career in the water utility sector with both Aqua Indiana and the former Indianapolis Water Company. 

In September 2019, Bruns was named a Sagamore of the Wabash by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb in recognition of his career contributions to water resources management and utility excellence in Indiana.

About WQA Essentials

WQA Essentials is a series of educational and informational webinars offered exclusively by the Water Quality Association. Registration is required to attend the webinars. Up to 10 WQA Essentials will be offered free to Core and Premier WQA Members. E-Members can join for a discounted registration fee. Non-members are welcome to attend for the regular fee.

Offered throughout the year, the webinars will be divided between business operations and technical topics. Business operations courses will focus on the skills and information dealers and business owners need to run their companies and grow their operations. Subjects may include Human Resources, cutting overhead, simplifying payroll and accounting processes, time management and sales. Technical webinars will address topics sure to be of interest to water quality professionals. Subjects are likely to include installation problems, water testing and analysis, private wells and much more.

See an example of a recent webinar:

WQA Ethics Update
February 2020