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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Oct 9 2020
New guide addresses stagnant water in buildings with low occupancy
Oct 1 2020
In this episode of Checking In, a Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Nathan Lowrie, director of sales &…
Oct 1 2020
It is hard not to think about anything besides COVID-19 these days, but this virus is not the only pathogen we need to worry about. In fact, COVID-19…
Oct 1 2020
It has been a long, hard-fought battle. The water treatment industry has been working overtime to serve customer needs while observing health…
Oct 1 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted the world economy, and many people have been forced to work from home. This has left offices, hotels, municipal…
Sep 22 2020
While the coronavirus has led to the cancellation of in-person events this year, this has not deterred the American Water Works Association from…
Sep 9 2020
COVID-19 has impacted communities across the country differently. Rural and tribal water systems across the continental U.S. and its territories are…
Sep 3 2020
In this era of “new normal,” ensuring the supply of safe drinking water for every home is more important than ever to maintain the overall well-being…
Sep 2 2020
While some things may feel at a standstill amid COVID-19 concerns, we keep moving forward. Businesses continue to adapt, communication methods—both…
Aug 20 2020
In this episode of Checking In, A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Chris Morgan, VP for Ecolab's Nalco…
Aug 19 2020
$11 million in funding will allow Bennington, Vermont to replace about 1,575 lead pipes that carry drinking water into homes. This comes at no cost…
Jul 24 2020
In this episode of Checking In: A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Tom Howard, vice president of customer…
Jul 15 2020
Scientists are gathering water quality data in harbors across the state. Alaska’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) planned the project…
Jul 10 2020
In this episode of Checking In: A Video Series With WQP, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello checks in with Jed Scheuermann, North American…
Jul 9 2020
As states started to reopen, there was optimism we were inching closer to the return of live trade shows and events. We know the important place home…
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Custom water treatment solution helps California community maintain home medical devices amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Jul 1 2020
Unprecedented times frequently can create unique problems which require quick thinking and teamwork to provide solutions. As we have all experienced…
Jul 1 2020
On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, a pandemic. Following continuous advocacy…
Jul 1 2020
Editor's Note: Do you know a water treatment dealer who deserves recognition for leadership in the industry, innovative ideas or successful business…
Jul 1 2020
In my May editorial letter, I took a moment to check in and ask how you are doing. In an industry built on a strong foundation of relationships and…
Jun 23 2020
The Senate passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which allocates billions of dollars to support outdoor recreation.  The Great American Outdoors…
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