The Mark of a Professional
The Water Quality Association is a not-for-profit international trade association representing the household, commercial, industrial, and small community water treatment industry. WQA maintains a close dialogue with other organizations representing different aspects of the water industry in order to best serve consumers, government officials, and industry members.
WQA is an information source, a voice for the industry, an educator for the professionals, a laboratory for product testing, and a communicator to the public.
Through its membership in WQA (Water Quality Association), Abendroth Water Conditioning has agreed to an industry Code of Ethics and has access to the most up-to-date information available, including the following:
- Professional Certification and Training
- Educational Textbooks and Continuing Education
- Product Certification – WQA Gold Seal
- Public Relations and Consumer Educational Services
- State-of-the-Art Technology
- Technical Services
- Legislative and Regulatory Updates
- Industry Trends and Statistical Data
- Research and Development
- If you suspect you have a problem with your water, have it tested to confirm the nature and extent of the problem. For aesthetic problems such as hardness, taste and odor, and/or color, your water can be tested by Abendroth Water Conditioning.
- For health-related contaminants such as Bacteria, Nitrates and Arsenic, your water can be lab tested through Abendroth Water Conditioning which covers many required Real Estate transactions.
- Ask a WQA professional at Abendroth Water Conditioning about the array of water quality improvement products which may suit your needs. Check what contaminants the product reduces and to what level. Check the product’s performance capabilities, warranty, and maintenance requirements.
- Look for a company that supports the WQA Code of Ethics such as Abendroth Water Conditioning.
- Look for the WQA Gold Seal. The Gold Seal indicates that the product has been certified to industry standards.