The Water Quality Association (WQA) is proud to announce the re-launch of its website, wqa.org. The newly revamped and redesigned site, which was WQA’s top strategic priority for 2014, features many enhanced tools and a vastly improved user experience.
Extended drought in California and Texas have put the spotlight on a critical resource of importance to every person--groundwater. The Water Quality Association is urging the public to pitch in on Protect Your Groundwater Day September 9.
The Water Quality Association has released an official statement on cyanotoxins such as microcystin, which was recently detected in the public water supply serving Toledo, Ohio.