Seminars, Webinars & Workshops

In addition to the online Modular Education Program, WQA offers training through Webinars and in-person sessions. Upcoming opportunities are advertised on this page. To request specific training, please contact WQA at

Webinar series on health-impacting contaminants

WQA's new webinar series on health-impacting contaminants and treatment will provide water quality professionals the information they need to design treatment solutions to contaminants with growing point-of-use/point-of-entry applications. 

Interest in POU/POE for compliance is growing as regulatory agencies look for knowledgeable partners:

  • The federal arsenic MCL is not sufficiently protective, and several states are setting lower MCLs
  • POU treatment for lead is more cost-effective for small public water systems
  • Proposed Lead/Copper rule includes POU filtration as a compliance methodology
  • Sanitization concerns from water stagnation


Join us for the webinars:

  • Aug. 12 - Arsenic
  • Aug. 26 - Microbiologicals
  • Sept. 23 - Chromium VI
  • Oct. 14 - Lead

All webinars will begin at noon EDT/11 a.m. CDT. Pre-registration is required

Each webinar offers 0.25 CPD with successful completion of a quiz.


The Presenter: WQA Technical Consultant Regu Regunathan, PhD

Dr. “Regu” P. Regunathan has been part of the Water Treatment industry for over 38 years. He has served as Vice President of R&D and Operations and later as President of a leading company, Everpure, Inc., a subsidiary of Culligan International. He then was appointed as Senior VP of Science & Technology of Culligan Water Technologies and later US Filter Consumer Group. He currently owns a company providing consulting services to companies and organizations including Water Quality Association and NSF International.


The cost of each individual webinar is $55 for WQA Core & Premier members, $65 for E-members and $125 for non-members.

Attendees can also sign up for all four at a package price of $195 for Core & Premier members, $240 for E-members and $435 for non-members.


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