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Local water treatment professionals gain national recognition

11/27/2013 01:06PM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print



Duane Harvey and Joseph Lengel each recently passed a comprehensive examination that measures knowledge of water treatment and water quality. By passing the exam, they have earned the status of Certified Water Specialist. Craig Diller also passed an extensive examination in water treatment product installation, earning him a Certified Water Installer status. 

All certifications are through the Water Quality Association (WQA).   The Water Quality Association is a  not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to represent and educate the water treatment industry, and to ensure that members are held to a higher code of ethics.   Harvey, Lengel, and Diller join other certified professionals Berneil Lapp, Kevin Frackman, Kelly Woy, Merv Keener and Shawn Reimold at the Martin Water Conditioning Store, in Quarryville. Martin Water Conditioning currently employs 50 of Pennsylvania’s 100 certified professionals.


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