WQRF Has Raised More than $3 Million, Culligan Southwest Helps Add to the Total
Culligan Southwest has pledged $50,000 and is being recognized by WQRF as a Legacy Supporter of the Next Wave Campaign. Thanks to all the donations thus far to the Next Wave Campaign, WQRF has raised more than $3,000,000. The Foundation performs research that will benefit organizations throughout the industry, ensuring everyone with an interest in the future of the water quality industry will have an opportunity to get involved.
Free Webinar to Discuss Decontaminating Water After Wildfires
A free webinar, courtesy of Purdue University, “Wildfire, Water systems & Public Health: Lessons from Recent Western Wildfires,” will take place noon ET (11 a.m. CT) on September 7. Wildfires can cause drinking water infrastructure and the water itself to become unsafe as a result of water treatment and distribution systems, private wells, and building plumbing being physically damaged and chemically contaminated. To register, visit https://www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/environment/events/index.php?view=4621.