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Greetings from sunny Florida! WQA Aquatech USA 2014 is off to a great start here in Orlando – with much more still to come.

After a day of education sessions and committee and task force meetings on Tuesday, the show gets into full swing today, with the Opening General Session &...

There are only a few days left to go until WQA Aquatech USA 2014 gets underway on March 18 in Orlando, Fla. There will be ample opportunity to learn and network through a variety of education sessions and...

If you are looking for ways to maximize the benefits of social media for your company, Water Quality Products (WQP) has the webinar for you.

There is less than one week left to ...

Water Quality Products is proud to announce the winners of the 2013 Dealer of the Year award: Kathy, Dennis and Tom Warwick of West Carolina Water Treatment!...

In just one short month, water treatment professionals from across the country will descend on Orlando, Fla., for WQA Aquatech USA 2014, March 18 to 21.

The...

There is less than one week left to register for the next installment in the Water Quality Products/Applied Management Group Inc. (AMG) webinar series, “Social Media Dos and Don’ts for Dealers.”

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Registration is now open for the second installation in Water Quality Products/Applied Management Group Inc. (AMG) webinar series.

Set for Feb. 19, 2014, at 2 p.m. EST, “Finding the Balance of Push...

When it comes to education and training, webinars, websites and textbooks are great, but there is one source of information that is especially invaluable: the insights and advice a water treatment industry veteran can pass on to new employees.

According to Christine Fletcher, owner of...

Last week, California Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. declared a drought state of emergency, calling on state officials to prepare for water shortages and residents to conserve water.

The...

With snow and icy temperatures affecting much of the country, a visit to a sunny locale sounds mighty tempting right about now. In less than two months, WQA Aquatech USA 2014 will be kicking off in Orlando, Fla. Scheduled for March 18 to 21, the event will include education sessions, networking...

The year got off to a wintry start this week, with most of the country affected by the freezing temperatures of the polar vortex. With dangerously low wind chills and treacherously icy roads, it was hard to get back into the swing of regular work and school schedules.

These low...

AT&T’s latest “It’s Not Complicated” commercial – you know, the ones with the cute kids sitting around the table saying funny things – features a boy talking about his “New Year’s revolution.” It turns out that his...

In this month’s Sales Tip video, “Test Kit on the Counter,” Moti-Vitality’s Jennifer Smith provides a few tips on water testing during sales presentations – but they don’t have...

Another study on pharmaceuticals in our water supply is on its way – this one conducted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The study, set to be released in the journal Environmental Pollution in January, tested samples from 50 U.S. wastewater treatment plants for 56...

These days, topics like company websites, social media and search engine optimization tend to dominate discussions about advertising and marketing – the days of the phone book are over and the Web is where it’s at.

Although many dealers have turned away from phone book advertisements, it...

This past Saturday, the nation marked Small Business Saturday – the yearly campaign that encourages focus on shopping at small businesses after the hullabaloo of Black Friday.

Small Business Saturday was launched in 2010 by American Express, and has seen growing success: According to a...

… Or it will be in a few hours, at any rate! (I’m a firm believer in no Christmas decorations until after Thanksgiving.)

No matter when you put up your decorations, the holiday season is a time when many people give back, whether through donations or volunteering. It’s a prime time for...

Drought, scarcity, conservation, reuse – these are all keywords we are hearing more often when it comes to water resources in the U.S. For the state of Texas, which continues to suffer from drought and dwindling water supplies, these terms are especially important.

Earlier this month,...

Last week, Typhoon Haiyan swept across the Philippines, leaving a path of devastation in its wake. Cities have been flattened and homes destroyed, and the death toll has climbed into the thousands. The countless scores who have been left homeless are in critical need of shelter, medicine, food...

Creating an effective advertising and marketing strategy is a challenge for any type of business, especially as advertising options on the Web and social media continue to grow and change. But DeWayne Hanes, owner of EcoloIonex and Water Quality Products’...