What Is the Water Quality Association (WQA)?

In News, Water Tech by The LeverEdge

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It seems like everywhere you turn, there is some organization that has been established to be a ‘thought leader’ within an industry.

For those in the academic world, an example might be Columbia University, Yale, or Harvard.

In the world of soft drinks, Coca-Cola comes to mind.

But, what about water quality? Is there an organization that is reputable and reliable as a resource for professionals in the water quality industry?

As it turns out, yes—there is. That organization is the Water Quality Association or WQA.

Who Are They?

The Water Quality Association describes themselves as:

“…a resource and information source, a voice for the industry, an educator of professionals, and laboratory for product testing.”

The truth is that they are so much more.

The Water Quality Association serves as a beacon in the night for consumers.


Well, when you need to know that whichever water quality professional you’re working with is legitimate, their association with the WQA is a kind of hallmark of excellence. This is because the WQA has very stringent standards when it comes to who they choose to endorse.

The WQA also provides a certification program for those looking to enhance their credentials within the water quality industry. We have more than a few WQA-certified personnel on our staff!

The WQA Defines Water Treatment Professionalism

Not everyone in the water quality industry plays by the rules, offers an honest product or service, or treats their customers well. The Water Quality Association helps to keep the water treatment industry transparent (no pun intended on water), and in the end, the consumer ends up winning.

The LeverEdge is proud to be aligned with the mission and values of the WQA. We look forward to further enhancing the lives of our clients through smart approaches to improving water quality.

To learn more about the WQA, visit their website at www.WQA.org.

Are you curious about how The LeverEdge can help improve the quality of the water in your home or business? Contact us today, and let’s start a conversation.

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