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. 

Apr 22 2020
A UV-LED project at UC Santa Barbara is working on a new system to disinfect protective gear used in hospitals, in order to aid against the fight…
Apr 21 2020
In order to help plumbing and mechanical professionals perform their essential duty of protecting the public's health and safety without incurring…
Apr 17 2020
NSF International Announces New Southeast Michigan Lab NSF International has completed the moves of two of its laboratories to one new 20,000-square-…
Apr 17 2020
In this month's episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen host the first-ever completely…
Apr 15 2020
Skagit County Natural Resources Division is suspending its water quality sampling programs. Due to COVID-19 (coronavirus), bi-weekly monitoring for…
Apr 13 2020
Three instances of PFAS contamination were confirmed in Utah, including at Hill Air Force Base, Camp Williams and the Salt Lake City International…
Apr 10 2020
WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello asked Dale "DateDale" Filhaber, president for Dataman Group Direct, about how the coronavirus, also known as…
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