Government & Regulatory Affairs
Friday, May 27, 2016 :: 1978 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs
California State Assemblyman Bill Dodd (D-Napa) today announced receiving the endorsement of the Pacific Water Quality Association (PWQA) and its national counterpart, the Water Quality Association (WQA) in Senate District 3.
Friday, May 27, 2016 :: 1982 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs
More than 60 industry professionals have attended a unique Arizona Water Quality Association (AWQA) course to learn best practices to help reduce salinity in Arizona’s water.
Thursday, May 5, 2016 :: 6676 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs, Product Certification, Communications, Consumer & Industry Awareness
Following President Barack Obama's important visit to Flint, Michigan yesterday, the Water Quality Association applauds the President's position regarding water filtration in Flint. As a result, WQA has responded by demonstrating how the drinking water treatment industry can help bring immediate solutions for the residents of Flint.
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 :: 2307 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs
The Water Quality Association (WQA) has created a Radium Contaminant in the Water Supply handout to assist Wisconsin residents in providing solutions with possible drinking water contamination. To download a copy of the handout, please click here.
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 :: 4301 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs, Product Certification, Technical Guidance, Consumer & Industry Awareness
The Water Quality Association (WQA), an Illinois-based not-for-profit organization, is committed to addressing issues affecting water quality. We support the use of certified water treatment products for final barrier protection at the home as lead in drinking water continues to be a pressing issue in Jackson, Mississippi. WQA is a non-profit association, representing the residential, commercial, and industrial water treatment industry, with over 2,700 members. We have technical staff and water treatment professionals ready to help.
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 :: 5967 Views :: Government & Regulatory Affairs, Consumer & Industry Awareness
Nitrate levels present in the Minnesota’s drinking water supply are cause for concern, according to the state’s Annual Drinking Water Report, which was released last week. The report, which was compiled by the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), shows that as much as 10 percent of the state’s non-community drinking water systems contain elevated levels of nitrate. Approximately 600 of the state’s 6,000 non-community systems have groundwater sources that have been affected by nitrate.