water quality association


An unfortunate truth is that water pollution will always exist, in some way, shape or form.  As such, it’s critical that we commit to creating the types of solutions most suitable to do battle with this never-ending issue. In Maryland, one such invention is proving its worth as just such a solution. Created by scientist […]

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The city of Zumbrota will NOT be responsible for water services that freeze after February 26th. In order to prevent service freeze-up, every Zumbrota water customer is urged to take the temperature of their water and continue monitoring it for the next TWO MONTHS. If your water temperature gets below 40 degrees, you should immediately start running […]

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It’s still scary.  The West Virginia water contamination incident.  While it may seem that most zones have been cleared, with tap water officially declared ‘safe,’ water quality issues – ranging from discoloration, to odor, to off-flavors – may last for quite some time.  And most frustrating about all of this, as we shared yesterday, is […]

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Next month WaterFilters.NET will make its fifth straight appearance on the Inc. 5000, a listing of some of the fastest growing companies in the nation.  This recognition puts our company, a modest online water filters superstore that I started with my family while still in college ten years ago, into some pretty rarified air. While […]

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GAC’s ability to reduce certain contaminants has been established by science. Regardless of certification, GAC definitively reduces certain contaminants.

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WaterFilters.NET Becomes “Water Certified”

by wfnblog on January 12, 2010


The Water Quality Association, as part of its certification program, 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.

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The New York Times recently ran a series of articles detailing some of the problems with the nation’s drinking water. Their findings provided a unique perspective into how, regardless of laws like the Clean Water Act, drinking water can contain harmful chemicals that can cause illness and disease. The reports estimated that millions of Americans […]

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