The Water Quality Association reported that the latest J.D. Power 2018 Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study shows 30 percent of residential water utility customers indicate having concerns about the quality of their tap water, which indicates the need for POU testing and, in some cases, further water quality treatment. The rate of consumers indicating a water quality issue is higher than what’s typically found in their annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), which US EPA requires every community water system to issue by July 1 of each year.
In preparation for the heavy storm and flooding season, WQA has released a new video describing steps consumers can take to ensure a safer water supply during severe weather. WQA Tehnical Affairs Director Eric Yeggy offers five quick tips on ensuring quality drinking water during flooding or when power outages affect filtration systems. The video is available for viewing at


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