Water Quality Blogs

For the fourth year, Water Quality Products (WQP) is honoring residential and commercial/industrial water treatment projects utilizing innovative...
In this day and age, people are doing more and more of their daily activities online, from communication to social networking. While opinions vary on...
As is so common in the water quality industry, Southeast Texas Water is a family business that goes back several generations. But like many in her...
It’s been a busy fall so far – at the beginning of September, the Water Quality Products staff attended the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) Mid-Year...
John Beauchamp, president of Vermont Water Inc. in Lincoln, Vt., and Water Quality Products’ Dealer of the Month for September, highly values...
Next week, Water Quality Products staff will head to Lancaster, Pa., for the 2013 Eastern Water Quality Assn. (EWQA) Conference and Tradeshow, taking...
This week on Sept. 10, the industry marked Protect Your Groundwater Day. Industry organizations from the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) to the National...
Where better for the water industry to meet than on the shores of a beautiful body of water? Representatives of manufacturers, dealerships and more...
California continues to set the tone for the nation when it comes to regulating water quality – last week, it became the first state in the U.S. to...
In less than two weeks, members of the water quality industry will be flocking to the shores of beautiful Lake Tahoe in Nevada for the Water Quality...
Big news hit the Chicago area this week when the village of Deerfield, a suburb north of the city, issued a boil order for its residents. According...
Water Quality Products wants to recognize your most interesting projects, but time is running out – there are just a few more weeks to submit your...
When Kevin Hellenbrand, owner of KH Water Specialists in Wisconsin and Water Quality Products’ August Dealer of the Month, started his business, he...
Search engine optimization, social media, online marketing – these keywords are everywhere these days, and it can be hard to know what combination of...
Much of the country is in the midst of hotter-than-usual summer temperatures this week, which means we should all be guzzling plenty of water to stay...
It’s not often that water technologies and art cross paths – but that is exactly what is happening right now in Philadelphia, where an exhibit is...
Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) is in the news once again, and thankfully, most of the new is good. Duke University recently released the results of...
When Washington state adopted the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s new arsenic regulations in 2004, it was not the happiest day for Glenn Karn...
Have you recently completed a unique or challenging project or installation? Water Quality Products (WQP) wants to recognize the most innovative...
During tough economic times, recurring income can be the crucial factor in helping a dealership stay afloat. For the May Dealer of the Month, Peacock...