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April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The recent revelation that nearly half a billion dollars in federal funding for safe water has gone unspent by the State of California offers one more strong incentive for residents to install Final Barrier protection in their own homes, the Water Quality Association states.
Membership of the Water Quality Association stands at 2,400 with many thousands more non-member Water Industry Professionals; so the impact we can make as an industry is huge,” added Guzman whose company is a member of the Water Quality Association.
He is a member of the Water Quality Association and the ChemPharma professional association.
Chris Saltmarsh, Steve Guercia, Christine Peach Fletcher and Ryan Hood of Secondwind Environmental have all successfully completed the Water Quality Association Certified Water Specialist Level 6 Exam administered by the Water Quality Association.
Dedicated to consumer education and public awareness, the Water Quality Association is a nonprofit trade group of businesses that provide treatment solutions for safe, clean water throughout the world - in homes, schools, commercial and industrial settings, and more.
However, the Water Quality Association, a national trade group for manufacturers and dealers of home and commercial water treatment systems, said the ban would limit consumer choice and hurt the industry.
Jan Beauvais of Secondwind Environmental, Manchester, has completed the Water Quality Association certified water specialist level 6 exam.
According to a 1999 survey by the Water Quality Association (WQA), 60 percent of adults believe the quality of their drinking water affects their health, and about three-quarters have some concerns about the quality of their household water supply.