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WQRF names Redden its Foundation Relations & Research Manager

Tuesday, June 19, 2018 :: 189 Views :: Water Quality Research Foundation

The Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) has named Kim Redden its Foundation Relations & Research Manager. Redden, who formerly worked for the Water Quality Association (WQA), has broad experience in the water treatment industry and brings deep industry knowledge to her position.

WQA takes part in national discussion on PFAS contamination

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 :: 398 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs

Two representatives of the Water Quality Association (WQA)participated in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency PFAS National Leadership Summit May 22 and 23, which ended with the hope that the EPA can have a per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) National Management Plan ready by the end of the year.  PFAS are man-made chemicals found in such things as firefighting foams and stain-resistant, waterproof and nonstick coatings. More than 3,000 PFAS are used in the global marketplace; they are released into the environment through manufacturing, use, and PFAS-containing wastes.

Study outlines health and safety concerns of counterfeit water filters

Friday, May 18, 2018 :: 670 Views :: Product Certification

The Water Quality Association (WQA) today said a new study conducted on behalf of the Association for Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM) underscores the need to combat counterfeit water treatment products. The Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) helped with the study by performing extraction testing and funded a portion of the research production at a total cost of $35,000.

WQA offers new flood resource

Thursday, May 10, 2018 :: 263 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness

In preparation for the heavy storm and flooding season, the Water Quality Association (WQA) has released a new video describing steps consumers can take to ensure a safer water supply during severe weather.

WQA says new survey indicates need for point-of-use testing and possible treatment

Wednesday, May 9, 2018 :: 147 Views :: Public Water Supply Contamination

The Water Quality Association (WQA) today said the latest J.D. Power 2018 Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study that shows 30 percent of residential water utility customers indicate having concerns about the quality of their tap water indicates the need for point-of-use testing and, in some cases, further water quality treatment.

WQA marks Drinking Water Week May 6-12

Friday, May 4, 2018 :: 518 Views :: Events

Homeowners concerned about the quality of their drinking water should look first to the community’s annual consumer confidence report (CCR) for basic information on the local water supply, according to the Water Quality Association (WQA).  The reminder comes as WQA prepares to mark Drinking Water Week, May 6-12, 2018.

Call for presentations for 2019 convention

Thursday, April 26, 2018 :: 618 Views :: Convention

The Water Quality Association (WQA) is calling for presentation proposals for its 2019 Convention & Exposition on April 23-26, 2019, in Las Vegas, Nev.  Potential speakers are invited to submit proposals on technical topics such as treatment innovations or water-related legislative issues, or on small business operations topics such as consumer trends or conflict resolution. The call also is open for potential presenters to suggest their own topics, and dealers are invited to submit proposals on interesting or puzzling applications they’ve worked on.


New WQA President looks to busy year for water treatment industry

Friday, April 20, 2018 :: 588 Views :: Convention

New Water Quality Association President Chris Wilker is setting his sights on a big year for the water treatment industry. Wilker, President of EcoWater Systems, Professional Products, was elected president of the board of directors last month during the WQA 2018 Convention & Exposition in Denver, Colo.

WQA offers resources for consumers concerned about lead in drinking water

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 :: 761 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs

The Water Quality Association reminds consumers that they can learn more about the threat of lead in their drinking water through free materials available on the association’s website, wqa.org. 

Studies indicate that nearly all the lead in drinking water comes not from the primary water source or the municipal treatment plant but as a result of corrosion of lead-containing materials carrying the water from the plant. Lead can enter the home drinking water by leaching from lead service connections, from lead solder used in copper piping, and from brass fixtures.

WQA to take part in EPA's National Leadership Summit on PFAS

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 :: 522 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs

Two representatives of the Water Quality Association (WQA) have been invited to a National Leadership Summit convened by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to take action on perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).  PFAS, such as PFOA and PFOS, are chemicals not found naturally in the environment but used in many products because of stain-resistant, waterproof and non-stick properties.

WQA does not solicit door-to-door

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 :: 1432 Views :: Consumer & Industry Awareness

During the annual spring increase in home solicitations – when everyone from lawn care services to house-painting companies are knocking on your door -- the Water Quality Association reminds homeowners that anyone claiming to represent the WQA as a water inspector or solicitor should be considered an imposter.

Executive Director Pauli Undesser recognized for leadership

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 :: 637 Views :: eNews

Water Quality Association Executive Director Pauli Undesser has been named the 2018 Inspiring Leader Award winner by the Association Forum of Chicagoland, a not-for-profit association that provides education, resources and certification for trade association executives.

Awards announced at 2018 WQA Convention

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 :: 467 Views :: Convention

The Water Quality Association recognized several of its members at the Opening General Session of its annual Convention & Exposition in Denver, Colo. Among the highlights were WQA’s Lifetime Member and Hall of Fame awards along with a new honor this year, the Excellence award to single out member companies that have excelled in their operations, innovation, customer service or community involvement.

Kelli Fleischmann named WQA's new Product Certification Director

Monday, March 26, 2018 :: 400 Views :: Product Certification

The Water Quality Association (WQA) has announced that Kelli Fleischmann is the Association’s new Product Certification Director, in charge of the prestigious Gold Seal and Sustainability programs.

WQA applauds continued funding for WaterSense

Friday, March 23, 2018 :: 343 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs

The Water Quality Association today announced its support for the latest budget package in Washington that preserves funding for the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program.

 

 

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