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Check out the following links to get more information on water softener salt, ice melt, and bottled water.
WQA is a resource and information source, a voice for the industry, an educator of professionals, and a laboratory for product testing. Through the industry’s research arm, the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF), significant resources are being dedicated to independently conduct studies that show the benefits of treated water.
The Indiana Water Quality Association (IWQA) is the state’s trade association representing Indiana’s water treatment professionals. IWQA members manufacture, sell, and service treatment equipment for the residential, commercial, and industrial markets.
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.
MWQA - Michigan Water Quality Association
The Michigan Water Quality Association provides information to and takes calls from consumers to provide practical solutions to their water problems. The MWQA also funds research that promotes water purity and supports continued education and ethical behavior for its members.
FEATURED SPOTLIGHT CHARITY
Hope Road Nicaragua
Davis Wholesale Supply and customers have partnered with Hope Road Nicaragua – a charity dedicated to improving the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of some of the most vulnerable people in the world – to bring fresh, clean water to the people of Nicaragua via the DWS Doing Well Together campaign. From May 1st through September 30th, $6 per caddy of bottled water sold will be donated to Hope Road to help install new wells and clean water pumps in the most needed areas of Nicaragua. In 2016, Hope Road Nicaragua expanded the clean water system to El Conejo, Santa Rita, and San Rafael Del Sur, as well as bought land and built a new well and tank in El Conejo. Pozos, or “Wells” in English, are changing the lives of thousands of people in Nicaragua!