WaterSense partners will fix leaks in homes across the country this week
American households waste more than 1 trillion gal of water each year due to leaky pipes, toilets, showerheads and other fixtures, but fixing leaks can be easy and inexpensive. During the fourth annual Fix a Leak Week, March 12 to 18, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program is educating Americans about the importance of fixing leaks around the home, which will save water and nearly 10% on utility bills.
Classes will prepare attendees for Level 1 certification exam
Moti-Vitality LLC will offer a Water Quality Assn. (WQA) Level 1 certification training course, with classes beginning April 12.
The course will be presented by Kelly Thompson, CWS-VI, who will review the materials from Water Treatment Fundamentals, Water Processing and The Legal Considerations Handbook. He will be advised to WQA to ensure that each class is presented in a manner that will best prepare attendees for the certification exam.
EPA, other organizations, will promote public awareness through education
National Ground Water Awareness Week is March 11 to 17. During the week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other organizations that are concerned about water resources will promote public awareness through various educational events and publications.
Organization conducted seminar on new guidelines at WQA Aquatech USA 2012
NSF Intl. has expanded the scope of the protocol that addresses military water purification devices (NSF Protocol P248 Military Operations Microbiological Water Purifiers). NSF developed the protocol with the U.S. Army Public Health Command (U.S. APHC).
Attendees will learn how to handle data and avoid common problems
The "Life Cycle of Groundwater Data - From Field to Lab to Electronic Data Deliverable to Report" webinar will be hosted by the National Ground Water Assn. at 2 p.m. on April 25.
This hour-long presentation focuses on best practices for managing the groundwater data central to the success of most environmental projects.
The industry is getting ready to gather for the WQA Aquatech USA 2012 tradeshow, March 6 to 9 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and the event promises to provide valuable networking and business opportunities, as well as educational sessions on a variety of important topics. This year’s show is putting more focus on interaction, with exhibitor presentations and extra educational sessions on the exhibit floor, in additional to the traditional exhibitor booths.
Event will include more than 100 presentations on range of groundwater topics
Held annually by the National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA), this year's Ground Water Summit, which takes place May 6 to 10 in Garden Grove, Calif., is focused on the theme "Innovate and Integrate: Succeeding as a Groundwater Professional in a Water-Short World."
Some dealers build discounts into their marketing strategies and expect a discount in every presentation. Others have a strict no-discount policy. Let’s take a look at how to get the most out of those situations in which a discount is necessary.
Don’t Make It a Habit
One of the worst things salespeoples can do is offer automatic discounts. Additionally, if the initial equipment price quoted is not realistic and the salesperson quickly follows with a discount offer, the cutomer may think the salesperson is being dishonest.
Getting the most from the money you give away
Information from new studies, a focus on final barrier technologies and strategies to address new national opportunities will be among the highlights at WQA Aquatech USA 2011. The conference and exhibition will be held at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, March 8 to 11, 2011. Don’t pass up this opportunity to learn and network with the rest of the water treatment industry.
What you can expect at WQA Aquatech USA 2011