Water Quality Association Certifications matter. Certified water treatment professionals are individuals who have completed a voluntary credentialing process through the Water Quality Association’s Professional Certification Program. To become a WQA certified professional, the candidate must pass a comprehensive examination and accept WQA’s Code of Ethics for the Water Quality Improvement Industry. WQA’s program tests and certifies only individuals, not dealerships or companies. Certified professionals are typically employed by WQA member companies, but WQA membership is not required for certification. There are more Secondwinders who are WQA certified than all other companies combined.
15 of New Hampshire’s 17 certified professionals work at Secondwind Water. That’s 88%!