The Minnesota Water
Quality Association (MWQA)
The Minnesota Water Quality Association is a statewide trade association representing the household, commercial and industrial water quality improvement industry. MWQA sees its role as a catalyst to constantly upgrade the standards of the water treatment industry and the qualifications of its members. It does this primarily through its continuing education, certification and ethics programs. MWQA members pledge to abide by the associations’ strict industry Code of Ethics.
The MWQA assists consumers by providing information about water quality alternatives. Consumer questions are answered by the MWQA office daily. In addition, educational brochures and pamphlets are available along with a list of MWQA members throughout the state.
If you are a consumer looking to purchase a water conditioning system, contact the MWQA for information about different types of systems. And remember to utilize MWQA members when making your purchase or rental decision.
If you have questions about water treatment systems or would like information about questions you should ask when selecting a water professional visit our consumer assistance section to learn the advantages of choosing an MWQA member to treat your water needs.
The MWQA is a non-profit organization whose members are professionals providing water quality improvement services and equipment throughout Minnesota.
MWQA’s Annual Convention is Going Virtual!
Get all the credits required for renewing your Water Conditioning Journeyman or Master license by attending our annual event. This year’s event will include 8 total hours of seminars; WC licensees need 4 credits to renew a license in Minnesota (2 Code and 2 Technical, or 4 Code count toward renewal). Pick your day, relax and watch our live, online-only seminars presented by the Minnesota Dept of Labor and Industry, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, IAPMO, and Phil Olsen of Waterthinktank. You’ll learn some great new information on many topics plus we do all the work of submitting your credits for you! The event is scheduled for October 7 and October 8 – 4 hours offered each day. Mark your calendar, and watch for registration information soon.
Facial masks are now required in all indoor public buildings in Minnesota.
Read about the regulations at the Minnesota Department of Health website.