WaterFilters.NET Becomes “Water Certified”

by wfnblog on January 12, 2010

Water Quality AssociationWhen it comes to upholding principles in the water quality industry, the Water Quality Association (WQA) sets the standard. That’s why companies are eager to become certified members of WQA—to demonstrate to consumers their commitment to the highest industry standards.

The WQA is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the residential, commercial, industrial and small community water treatment industry. The organization also serves as a resource for the industry, providing informative materials to professionals and consumers alike.

As part of its certification program, WQA recently announced that WaterFilters.NET has become a certified water specialist. To achieve certification, companies must pass an extensive exam and abide by the WQA Code of Ethics for the water quality improvement industry.

Jeremy Nelson, marketing manager for WaterFilters.NET, said, “The WQA certification is the gold standard in the industry. It’s what all water quality businesses strive to become. It demonstrates that not only are we committed to the highest standards in the industry, but also that we have achieved professional expertise that makes us of even more use to our customers.”

WaterFilters.NET, based in Zumbrota, Minnesota, has over 100,000 loyal clients.  Their 20,000 square foot warehouse stocks hundreds of thousands of products that can be quickly shipped to areas across the country.

For more information on the WQA certification program, visit www.wqa.org; for more information visit WaterFilters.NET.

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