Water Treatment for Dummies booklet released

Jan. 15, 2014

BOISE, Idaho — The booklet was authored by the Water Quality Association (WQA).

BOISE, Idaho — The Healthy House Institute (HHI) and the Water Quality Association (WQA) have announced the availability of "Water Treatment for Dummies®," according to a press release.

Read more articles on WQA here.

The booklet was authored by the Lisle, Illinois-based WQA to help consumers select cost-effective, high-performance water treatment products tested and certified by the experts at WQA as part of the consumer advocacy mission, the release reported.

""Water Treatment for Dummies" is a concise guide to: Identifying water contaminants and how to treat or remove them, making a case for adding certified water treatment technology to homes and saving money and energy while enhancing health, homes and the lifespan of appliances, according to the release.

For companies specializing in filtration systems, visit our Buyers' Guide.

"We are pleased to support WQA in the production of this booklet on water treatment and filtration options," said Allen Rathey, president of HHI. '“Water Treatment for Dummies' provides a large amount of well-researched information in a small, very-readable guide."

Sponsored Recommendations

NFPA 70B a Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

NFPA 70B: A Step-by-Step Guide to Compliance

How digital twins drive more environmentally conscious medium- and low-voltage equipment design

Medium- and low voltage equipment specifiers can adopt digital twin technology to adopt a circular economy approach for sustainable, low-carbon equipment design.

MV equipment sustainability depends on environmentally conscious design values

Medium- and low voltage equipment manufacturers can prepare for environmental regulations now by using innovative MV switchgear design that eliminates SF6 use.

Social Distancing from your electrical equipment?

Using digital tools and apps for nearby monitoring and control increases safety and reduces arc flash hazards since electrical equipment can be operated from a safer distance....