Water Quality Blogs

There is just more than one month left to nominate Industry Icons to be featured in WQP’s special anniversary issue! 2015 marks WQP’s 20th...
Another element may soon be added to the list of contaminants to watch out for in drinking water: strontium. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency...
Like all water treatment dealers, Bob Hoey of Water Doctors in Minnesota – WQP’s Dealer of the Month for October – is always looking for new ways to...
Big news hit the water treatment industry last week – effective Sept. 27, products certified by an American National Standards Institute-accredited...
The new year will upon us in a few short months, and that means exciting things here at WQP – 2015 will mark its 20th year! To celebrate this...
September is a busy month when it comes to water quality industry events – a few weeks ago we had the Water Quality Assn. Mid-Year Leadership...
How fast is your website? Or, perhaps the question is, how slow is your website? Slow website performance can affect your search rankings, as it...
Last week, the winners of a home beer brewing competition were announced – and water quality had more to do with it than you might think. The Pure...
This week, water quality professionals are gathered in historic Williamsburg, Va., for the Water Quality Assn.’s Mid-Year Leadership Conference. In...
The year 2015 is a special one for WQP – it will be our 20th anniversary! To commemorate this milestone, we’re planning a special edition of the...
Have you heard of marketing automation? If you’ve been running a business any time during the past five years, I bet you have. Do a quick Google...
This week, NSF Intl. announced that it has developed a new standard for water treatment devices that target emerging contaminants. NSF/ANSI 401:...
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In just a few weeks, WQP staff will be heading to historic Williamsburg, Va., to attend the Water Quality Assn.’s (WQA) 2014 Mid-Year Leadership...
When you think of search engine optimization (SEO), images may not be at the top of your mind – but they should be. Getting your images found with...
The “do not drink” advisory that affected 500,000 residents of the Toledo, Ohio, metropolitan area over the weekend may have been lifted, but...
Last weekend, a friend of mine asked me, “Is tap water safe to drink?” I told her “yes” – but that the answer to that question can be far more...
Water Quality Product’s sister publications, Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) and Storm Water Solutions (SWS), are currently accepting nominations for...
Art and water equipment – these are two terms we usually don’t hear used in the same sentence, but there are times when they meet to create the...
Last week, Detroit residents marched outside Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s office to protest a controversial policy by the Detroit Water and Sewerage...