Public Water Supply Contamination
Thursday, August 31, 2017 :: 1067 Views :: Public Water Supply Contamination
Disasters, such as floods can gravely compromise public water systems. The conventional and highly appropriate response of municipalities, health departments, and other regulatory agencies in times of water emergencies is to notify all consumers to boil all water used for drinking or culinary purposes until bacteriological samples demonstrate that the water is safe, and/or until appropriate corrective actions have been completed.
Thursday, February 4, 2016 :: 6091 Views :: Product Certification, Public Water Supply Contamination, Consumer & Industry Awareness
WQA is offering informational resources to help differentiate fact from fiction regarding the drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan. The Association has compiled answers to several of the most common questions, while addressing some widespread misconceptions Flint residents may have about lead (Pb) in drinking water.
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 :: 5387 Views :: Technical Guidance, Public Water Supply Contamination
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.