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No-Till November

Leave it be, let it grow. Save time, money and improve your soil’s health by joining the farmers who observe No-Till November.

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WQA expands Sustainability standard to include Ultraviolet systems

The S-803 standard is currently the only sustainability standard in existence that applies specifically to drinking water treatment systems.

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S-803 Certification Now Required Under IAPMO Code Supplement

The International Association of Plumbing Mechanical Operators (IAPMO) Green Technical Committee has formally approved the updates that will be published in the new 2015 edition of the IAPMO Green Plumbing & Mechanical Code Supplement

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We Support Colorado Rainwater Harvesting Legislation Changes

Even two rain barrels promotes understanding of how water cycles through nature. Among the valuable lessons taught include how much rain one can harvest from roofs, how much landscapes use, and how much potable water consumption can be reduced.

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Addressing Water Conservation Myths

Average Family Water Consumption

Conservation is convenient, sensible and smart. Intelligent conservation and sustainable technologies and techniques are good for society, good for the planet and good for business.

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ANSI Certification for Type-I Environmental Labeling

The Water Quality Association (WQA) has become the first and only certification body in the world to receive American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accreditation to certify products for environmental conscientiousness.

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Responsible Water Stewardship

It’s time to get serious about preserving our precious water resources. It’s good for society, it’s good for the nation, it’s good for the planet and just as importantly, it’s good for business.

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Group comments regarding draft of NSF 375

The Water Quality Association (WQA) and American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE), as well as the

undersigned companies, strongly object to NSF 375, and the process through which it was developed, for three

main reasons:

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Please Join WQA in Commenting on NSF’s Sustainability Standard

WQA urges its members to also comment in opposition to the adoption to the current draft of NSF 375. Additionally, we hope you will support the standards projects that have already been developed by WQA and ASPE (with significant industry involvement) and which are specifically designed for drinking water treatment systems and process media.

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