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Welcome to the Texas Water Quality Association

The Texas Water Quality Association is the trade association representing the household, commercial, and industrial water quality improvement industry in Texas. Its member companies manufacture and sell point-of-use / point-of-entry (POU / POE) equipment, package water treatment plants, and customized water treatment systems.

TWQA sees its role as a catalyst to constantly upgrade the standards of the industry and the qualifications of its members. It does this primarily through its education, certification and ethics programs. TWQA members pledge to abide by the association's strict industry Code of Ethics.

TWQA News and Events

January Math Class Cancelled (10 January 2017)

Individuals hoping to take the Basic and Advanced Math Class on Wednesday, January 11 in San Marcos may have to wait until the annual convention and exposition in July. According to Daina Grace, TWQA Executive Director, the Association did not receive enough registrations to offer the class.In related news, TCEQ is able to proctor exams during ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks Clack Corporation for 13 years of continuous support.

Early Registration Extended for January Training (22 December 2016)

Waiting to register for January Water Quality Specialist training? TWQA just made it easier by extending the early registration period! Just register before January 1, 2017 and receive early registration discounts.Ready to register now? TWQA offers ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks G. A. Murdock, Inc. for 16 years of continuous support.

TWQA Announces Last WQS Training for 2016 (17 August 2016)

Do you still need hours for your Water Treatment Specialist renewal? TWQA has just announced the final WQS training event for 2016. Training will be held at the Hampton Inn and Suites on Sam Houston Parkway in Houston, ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks Arrow Industries for 11 years of continuous support.

TCEQ Extends Survey Deadline (24 July 2016)

The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) is conducting a Job Task Analysis for licensed Water Treatment Specialists (WTS). The purpose of this is identify all of the tasks WTS perform and how frequently they are performed.  It also identifies how critical the proper performance of ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks Moody Brothers, Inc. for its support.

Check for more TWQA news at twqanews.blogspot.com!