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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

Early Registration Deadline Extended for 2017 Annual Convention (27 June 2017)

Are you planning to attend the 2017 TWQA Convention and Exposition in San Antonio? You're in luck! The pre-registration deadline was extended to July 7. Make your plans today and save by taking advantage of early registration prices on convention and ... Read More


TWQA thanks John Guest USA, Inc. for its support.

TWQA Adds Supplier Offerings to Website (18 June 2017)

TWQA is pleased to announce a new member benefit. Over the last weeks, TWQA staff have worked to implement a new feature on the TWQA website. Supplier members can now provide a short description of their ... Read More


TWQA thanks United Salt Corporation for 42 years of continuous support.

Be Sure to Register for Your WTS Exam! (13 June 2017)

ATTENTION TO THOSE TAKING A WATER TREATMENT SPECIALIST EXAM AT THE JULY CONVENTION IN SAN ANTONIO. Please be advised that individuals who want to take a WTS exam on July 26, 2017, at the TWQA Convention in San Antonio must have their paperwork completed, ... Read More


TWQA thanks Arrow Industries for 11 years of continuous support.

TWQA Calls Attention to Door-to-Door Scams (6 June 2017)

The Texas Water Quality Association (TWQA) is calling attention to individuals claiming to be employees of TWQA going door-to-door passing themselves off as water inspectors, offering to test homeowner’s drinking water, or using scare tactics to sell water treatment devices. TWQA Executive Director Daina Grace stated that “the Texas Water Quality Association does not solicit door-to-door, period.  The Association represents the water quality industry and does not sell ... Read More


TWQA thanks FSHS, Inc. for its support.

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