The WQA Provides Testing and Certification for Home Water Purification Systems
The sheer number of home water purification systems presently out there on the market can make shopping for one a challenging experience. Fortunately, there is an organization that can help you cut through all the chaos, and that’s the Water Quality Association (WQA). The WQA is a not-for-profit international trade group that is one of the world’s leading institutional advocates for the improvement of water quality. One of its many services is product certification – methodologically advanced evaluations that are designed to give consumers a greater degree of purchasing confidence. WQA certification is a reliable way to know that a water purification product is safe, durable, and capable of doing what a manufacturer say that it can do in its sales literature. The WQA’s Gold Seal Product Certification Program is designed to test product performance claims against systemically collected data, and to examine whether the product will continue to perform as advertised under normal operating conditions.
To aid you in your search for a home water purification system – a device that’s proven itself capable of producing the cleanest and best-tasting drinking water possible – the WQA maintains a comprehensive listing of all products and that have earned its coveted Gold Seal. Every point-of-use, drinking water filter that you find listed is guaranteed to be an effective tool in the fight against poor drinking water quality. Whether your problem is visible floating sediment, cloudy water, or a disagreeable taste or smell, it’s important to make sure that any purifier you buy has passed the WQA’s stringent product testing requirements.
For more information about WQA testing and certification for home water purification systems, please contact your local authorized RainSoft dealer. Both of RainSoft’s two top-selling drinking water purifiers, the Ultrefiner II and the Hydrefiner, bear the WQA certification mark. RainSoft drinking water purification systems have long set the industry standard.