The Ohio Water Quality Association was formed in 1990 with the primary focus of the association being to represent businesses and homeowners for training, education, and support for water treatment industry.
Our office is located in Frazeysburg, OH and we have a board of directors that consists of 7 board members.
The Ohio Water Quality Association is the premier state trade association representing Ohio’s water quality professionals. We provide accurate and reliable information from government agencies, consumer protection groups, and other associations regarding issues affecting Ohio water quality.
Water Quality is a measure of how suitable water is for drinking, irrigation, and other use. Standards of water quality are based on the potential health risks that may be associated with exposure to poor quality water. Common contaminants include aluminum, ammonia, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chloramine, chromium, copper, fluoride, bacteria and viruses, lead, nitrates and nitrites, mercury, perchlorate, radium, selenium, silver and uranium. A variety of products are available to help monitor and improve water quality.
Although water is apart of our everyday lives, there is a lot of information that gets overlooked. High levels of contaminants such as lead and arsenic can lead to diseases that severely alter someone’s health. A large majority of Americans get their water from community water systems. These systems are required to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards under the authority of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). Softened water treatment can assure your home or business receives the highest quality of water.