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14th WQIA General Body Meeting (Virtual), 17th February 2022

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Qualified Water Professional Level 1 Training Programme

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Introducing WQIA E Learning

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Course Content:

Water and water quality
Introduction of water chemistry
Water analysis
How to interpret water analysis
Water treatment technologies

About WQIA

Water Quality India Association India (WQIA) is a not for profit organization, registered under the companies act 2013. Once a task force of the Water Quality Association USA (2008-2014), WQIA has now become an independent registered legal entity. The focus is on creating awareness on the standards of drinking water quality in India.

WQIA proudly serves as an educator of water treatment professionals, certifier of water treatment products, public information resource and voice of the water quality improvement industry.

Member Benefits

WQA India advocates betterment of water quality at country level, through certified technology. It is a source of valuable information. Associated with ethics and integrity, it believes in collaboratively seeking all stakeholders’ viewpoints to move ahead. As a task force of WQA – USA, WQA India has covered a lot of ground.

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Why a safe TDS level does not imply safe drinking water? What are the possible solutions? 4 November, 2020

It is a well-known fact that the water supply that reaches our home is contaminated with different types of hazardous materials which is unfit for drinking. According to the NITI Aayog’s recent report, it is estimated that more than 600 million Indians are facing high to extreme water stress and 75 percent of households do … Continue reading “Why a safe TDS level does not imply safe drinking water? What are the possible solutions?”

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