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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

TWQA Publishes Technical Resource Library (19 January 2018)

TWQA is pleased to announce a new member benefit: the Technical Resource Library. The library was created to provide TWQA members with technical insight into issues facing the Texas water quality industry.The first papers added to the library address air ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks Aqua Systems for 2 years of continuous support.

2018 Jo Grace TWQA Scholarship Applications (11 January 2018)

TWQA is pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Jo Grace TWQA Scholarship. This scholarship is available to any child or legal dependent of a TWQA member, including supplier members, or their employees. The applicant must be a full-time student ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks United States Resin Co. for 10 years of continuous support.

TWQA Publishes New Technical Aids (3 October 2017)

As part of our ongoing effort to provide tools and assistance to Texas water quality providers and consumers, TWQA has incorporated two new features in our internet presence. A permanent 'Disaster Recovery' link has been added to the front page of the TWQA website (https://twqa.org). This link provides all visitors with critical information regarding the steps ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks United Salt Corporation for 43 years of continuous support.

Post-Harvey, Extent of Water Contamination Still Unknown (9 September 2017)

News agencies continue to issues warnings about possible water contamination along the Texas-Louisiana coast. According the the Texas Tribune on September 8 2017,"Government agencies and scientists are still trying to get a handle on what exactly is percolating in lingering floodwaters ... Read More

 

TWQA thanks Austin Pump & Supply Company for 5 years of continuous support.

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