Save the Date for WQA’s New Instructor-Led Training Sessions
Starting the week of January 9, 2023, there will be two new sessions for WQA’s instructor-led training courses that help professionals along on the pathway toward professional certification. These courses prepare learners for taking the certification exams to become a Certified Installer, Certified Water Treatment Representative, or a Certified Water Specialist. Courses starting the week of January 9 include Assessing Water Quality Problems and Installer Training. For more information and to register, visit https://wqa.org/grow/professional-certification/instructor-led-trainings/.
Comment Period for Section 301 Tariffs Closing Soon
The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) is seeking public input on the impact of the 301 Tariffs on the U.S. economy. The comment period opened November 15 and will be closing on January 17, 2023. WQA’s Government Affairs Department will continue to provide updates on the review process and aid in supporting the comment submissions. To access the USTR questionnaire, visit https://ustr.gov/sites/default/files/2022-10/Four-Year%20Review%20Docket%20For%20Posting%20103122.pdf. To submit your commits, go to https://comments.ustr.gov/s/.
WQRF Recognizes Watts Water Technologies as a Legacy Circle Supporter
The Water Quality Research Foundation welcomes Watts Water Technologies as a Legacy Circle supporter of the Next Wave Campaign following their generous investment of $100,000. All investments made towards the Next Wave campaign will aid the foundation in achieving its mission and work towards moving the industry forward for years to come. To learn more about the Next Wave campaign, visit https://www.wqrf.org/next-wave-campaign.html.