New Ethics Communications Task Force Being Formed
WQA is forming a new Ethics Communications Task Force that will help in the development of a communication plan for WQA’s code of ethics over the next three years. The goal behind WQA’s Code of Ethics is to strengthen the awareness and understanding of the industry’s commitment to sound, ethical practices.
The task force is expected to convene at the 2022 WQA Mid-Year Leadership Conference in Lake Tahoe, CA, September 13-15. Task force members will be expected to participate in additional monthly conference calls between Mid-Year and the WQA Convention & Exposition in April 2023, with completion of its work at that time. For more information or to volunteer, visit https://www.wqa.org/volunteer.
WQRF Recognizes Donors to Next Wave Campaign
The WQRF recognizes Aquamor, Culligan Ultrapure, the Miller Foundation, and Primo Water as supporters and donors to the Next Wave Campaign.
Aquamor’s commitment of $250,000 will make a tremendous difference as WQRF strives to enhance its research efforts and to develop an outreach strategy for the betterment of the water quality industry. Culligan UltraPure becomes an Icon Circle Partner with its donation of more than $125,000. The Gordon and Gayle Miller Foundation contributed $125,000 and becomes an Icon Circle Partner, the campaign’s top investment level. Primo Water is a Founder Circle supporter with a commitment of $100,000 towards the initiatives of the Next Wave Campaign and the Foundation’s efforts within the water quality community.
To learn more and donate, visit https://www.wqrf.org/next-wave-campaign.html.