Highlights from the WQA Aquatech USA 2005 International Exhibition & Conference

We feel that the new show is a definite step in the right direction for our industry.

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WQA Aquatech USA 2005 Receives a High Grade

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April 6, 2005
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WQA Serves Attendees With Awards & Business Seminars in Baltimore

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The Water Quality Association's (WQA) Exhibition in Baltimore opened with excitement from attendees. It all began with the Opening General Session Thursday morning, which featured the WQA Awards presentation. The awards, which in past years have been presented in an evening event, honor individuals that have displayed excellence in the water q uality industry.

Award winners included

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March 19, 2004
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Seminars, Meetings & Social Events Start WQA Show Off Right

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The Water Quality Association (WQA) 30th Annual Convention and Exhibition taking place in Baltimore, Md., this week was off to a full start yesterday. It brought a full schedule of seminars, meetings and networking opportunities.

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March 18, 2004
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WQA's 30th Convention Gives You the Business

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WQA’s technical courses are widely regarded as among the best offered anywhere. Now, it is emphasizing a whole new palate of business-education seminars.

Celebrating 30 years, the Water Quality Association shares the same goal as you -- growing your bottom line.

WQA’s technical courses are widely regarded as among the best offered anywhere. Now, it is emphasizing a whole new palate of business-education seminars.

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March 5, 2004
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'Charm City' Will Charm Dealers

This year marks the 30th Water Quality Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, which is being held in Baltimore, Md.—also known as “Charm City”—on March 16–20. This is a big opportunity—one that brings all of these concerns, questions and issues under one roof.

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Wendi Hope Bishop is editor of WQP.

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February 26, 2004
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Create the Exhibitor PR BUZZ

You need to leverage a variety of public relations (PR) tools and activities before, during and after a trade show to ensure maximum traffic for your booth and publicity for your company. In a nutshell, whether you're selling home products or financial services, creating the right PR buzz around a trade show can support a company's long-term sales and marketing goals, yielding high returns.

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Leverage PR Tools Before, During and After Trade Shows

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Walt Denny is the president of Walt Denny, Inc. Walt Denny, Inc. is an advertising/public relations agency that focuses primarily on home products clients such as KitchenAid brand, L.E. Johnson Products and Whirlpool Corp. "The Home Products Agency" was established in 1989. For more information, please log onto www.waltdenny.com.

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January 27, 2004
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Building a Stronger Industry

Reorganization, unification, increased productivity and streamlined technological advancements are all part of the new Water Quality Association (WQA). The WQA is taking great strides to make changes to help enhance the benefits to its current and future members. The benefits to members are numerous and worthy of the fees. In times of tougher state and federal legislation, new product certifications and consumer awareness, now is a time to be associated with an organization that fights daily for your needs.

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What the WQA is doing to strengthen your business

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Jeff Roseman, CWS-II, is the owner of Aqua Ion Plus+ Technologies, in La Porte, Ind., and a member of the WQP Editorial Board. He has a background in physics and chemistry from Purdue University. He can be reached at 219-362-7279; jeff@aquaionplus.com; www.aquaionplus.com.

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January 27, 2004
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Mold Coverage

The following are program notes of the insurance panel presented at the Arizona Water Quality Association October 2002 program, reprinted with permission from the AZWQA.
As stated at the Arizona Water Quality Association meeting in October 2002 by
Sean Gillespie, claims manager at Allied Insurance, mold is becoming the "new asbestos" to insurance companies. More and more, mold is resulting in damage claims.

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An Emerging Insurance Issue

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January 31, 2003
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Bottled Water Partnerships Are Abundant

Opportunities are everywhere for bottled water companies keeping an eye open.
Although many large beverage companies are getting the "big" deals, smaller and mid-size companies should take note. Smaller companies can learn lessons from these beverage giants and find opportunity where others may not see it.

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November 27, 2002
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Water Security Summit Consensus

The theme at the first-of-its-kind Water Security Summit 2001, sponsored by Haestad Methods on December 3 and 4, was “Prevent. Detect. Respond.” More than 600 water utility and government officials from the United States and 20 other countries gathered in Hartford, Conn., to hear 30 experts discuss vulnerability and security measures for the nation’s water supply infrastructure in the event of a bioterrorist attack. Both speakers and attendees explored water system vulnerabilities; discussed guidelines for implementing security plans; and reviewed existing federal, state and private resources.

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Water Infrastructure Safe But Not Invulnerable

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Haestad Methods organized the Water Security Summit to equip the water resources industry with critical guidelines for protecting water supply infrastructures. For more information about the Water Security Summit 2001 or its associated proceedings, call 800-727-6555; info@watersecurity.org, www.watersecurity.org

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January 30, 2002
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