WQA 2020 Annual Convention & Exposition Schedule
(All times and sessions are subject to change) Tuesday, March 31 2020 Boot Camp Presentations 8:15 a.m. Leadership Lessons: Articulate Your Passion Candice M. Wentling, MWS, Director, Certified Action 10:00 a.m. Hiring and Retention: Find […]
Iron Removal by Softening Resins
By Peter Meyers There are many rules of thumb and general opinions about iron removal by softeners. Some dealers claim excellent removal, others are skeptical and one on-line advertisement claims that regeneration with soft water […]
What’s in a Name?
By Greg Reyneke, MWS When I first moved to America I quickly learned that certain words in South Africa mean different things in here. Our cars have boots and bonnets (trunks and hoods), we stop […]
PWQA Board announced The Pacific Water Quality Association unanimously elected its new Executive Board in October 2019. Members include President Greg Reyneke, MWS; VP Irma Bishop, MWS; Secretary/Treasurer Russell ‘Russ’ Harrison, MWS and Immediate Past […]
North America Delta Pure acquired AJR Filtration announced the acquisition of Delta Pure Filtration in November 2019. AJR has expanded rapidly over the last few years, recently moving into a newly built, 180,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility […]
Guest Viewpoint: A Message from WQA Executive Director Pauli...
Our theme for the WQA Convention and Exposition in Orlando April 1-3 is Vision 20/20 and there is no better time to peer into the future and begin to plan for the changes our dealers, […]
Preparedness Needs to Mitigate Inevitable Global Disease Out...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD A new report on the inevitable risk of massive disease outbreaks from environmentally transmitted microbes is a reminder of the need to predict, plan and prepare for the future. […]
Upcoming Adjustment to Lead Reduction Requirement under NSF/...
By Rick Andrew Lead in drinking water continues to be a major concern for the general public, especially those served by public water supplies with aging infrastructure. There are several ongoing initiatives to investigate potential […]
Former RainSoft President Proud to Be a ‘Culligan Man’
By Donna Kreutz Robert ‘Bob’ Ruhstorfer started in the water treatment industry as an installer’s helper and delivering salt in the family business in Marlette, MI. He steadily worked his way up through every type […]
When It Comes to Water, Yes, There May Be Light at the End o...
By Klaus Reichardt “New evidence supports scientific fears that the Middle East and North African regions are at risk of becoming uninhabitable in a few decades,” writes Kamal Baher, an Egyptian-born journalist with the Inter […]