Water Quality Association of Wisconsin Water Drop

ALERT - April 2014

The WQAW has been working with the state to get changes made to the Journeyman Plumber-Restricted Appliance License. The changes would allow for the national WQA to offer a training course, followed by a WI state-approved licensing exam administered/proctored by national WQA.

You should have received a request in the latest newsletter to complete a postcard in support of the licensing rule change. The postcard should be filled out by anyone in our industry, not just licensed personnel. Depending on how this initiative moves forward, it's possible these postcards will need to be used to prove how much support there is for the proposed changes.

NUMBERS AND QUANTITY MATTER! SO, PLEASE COMPLETE AS MANY AS POSSIBLE WITH YOUR DEALERSHIP PERSONNELAND SEND THEM BACK TO WQAW. Click here for the postcard to print and distribute to all of your employees.

THIS IS IMPORTANT! DO IT TODAY! Scan and email back to Cheryl@CapGroupWI.com or fax to 608.244.9030.

Become a WQAW Member

The WQAW Board has approved a discounted membership rate for NEW WQAW Members. Join the organization now for $100 and take advantage of communications and notices you will receive as a member. Complete the attached information and mail in with your membership dues.

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What is the Water Quality Association of Wisconsin?

The Water Quality Association of Wisconsin is a trade association representing water conditioners and suppliers in the State of Wisconsin. Members include retail water conditioning dealers, salt suppliers, and water conditioning equipment manufacturers.

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