EPA Requests Water Treatment Considered “Essential”

Below is a letter Andrew R. Wheeler, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, sent to Florida Governor DeSantis regarding the Water Treatment industry being “essential:” I want to thank you for your efforts to protect the health of your citizens during these challenging times and personally offer the support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency … Read more

DHS Classification

Broadly, DHS has included as “essential” all the roles workers in the water treatment industry play in delivering clean, safe water. We want you to know that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has issued its Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce, and has provided further detailed guidance on identifying essential critical infrastructure workers … Read more

FWQA Convention Cancelled

FWQA has cancelled the FWQA Convention & Exposition in June. We will be sending letters to all registered attendees, sponsors, and exhibitors. We are assessing a future date as well as possible virtual programs

January 2020 Florida Flow Newsletter

Featured in this issue: This issue of Florida Flow highlights a study on trend setters consumers in the water industry. We also take a look back at our 2019 Fall Education and hear from Florida Representative, Evan Jenne and Florida Senator Janet Cruz regarding drinking water in public schools. Inside each issue: President’s Message Welcome … Read more

August 2019 Florida Flow Newsletter

Featured in this issue: This issue of Florida Flow highlights what chloramine is and how it impacts homeowners. what you need to know about chlorine, and the results of a study on well water. We also take a look back at the 2019 convention and recap our meeting with the state attorney. Inside each issue: … Read more