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Organization will host webinar to discuss notification of intent
WaterSense announced its intent to develop a specification to label water-efficient, high-performing cation exchange water softeners. With this notification of intent (NOI), WaterSense outlines the efficiency and performance criteria it intends to include and the technical issues that still need to be more fully defined and resolved. To view the NOI, please visit www.epa.gov/watersense/products/watersofteners.html.
WaterSense will host a public meeting via webinar on Wednesday, Jan. 19, to address any questions regarding the NOI and gather input for specification development. Interested parties can find out more and register for this meeting by visiting the WaterSense website.
To submit comments or suggestions on the cation exchange water softener specification development process, please contact WaterSense at [email protected].