Coronavirus COVID-19

In winter 2019 into spring 2020, the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, swept across the globe killing thousands. It spread across the globe resulting in the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the virus a global pandemic. As countries across the world declared lockdowns and shelter in place orders to slow the spread of the virus, water quality professionals were declared "essential personnel" and continued to work tirelessly to bring safe drinking water to their customers. 

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Nicole Wheat, director of operations for Advanced Water Treatment
Sep 3 2021
No doubt about it, the COVID-19 global pandemic has changed how we interact with customers and the role digital communication plays in that. One…
Sep 1 2021
To be certain, the supply chain in the water sector has experienced one challenge after another in more than a year. Strategies to Mitigate Supply…
Sep 1 2021
It is amazing how much can change in a short year. Do you remember what your biggest business concerns were in 2020 versus now? Likely instituting…
Jul 30 2021
The global residential water treatment market reached estimated revenues of more than $15 billion in 2020. The market for point-of-use (POU) systems…
Jul 1 2021
The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) on the eve of the originally scheduled…
Jul 1 2021
Canadian Association Adapts to Virtual By Shelley Peters, Executive Director, Canadian Water Quality Association, [email protected] The Canadian…
May 28 2021
In the world of water treatment, ongoing training and development is a critical part of daily life on the job. Whether you are new to the role or…
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