The Iowa Water
Quality Association

The Iowa Water Quality Association (Iowa WQA) is a professional statewide trade organization representing the household, commercial and industrial water quality improvement industry.  Our mission is as follows….

The Iowa WQA assists consumers by providing information about water quality solutions and alternatives.  If you are concerned about the quality of your water, contact the Iowa WQA.  We will put you in touch with an IWQA member in your area who will assist with testing your water, outlining specific conditions and concerns, and providing information and ideas on solutions.

We work with governmental officials to develop rules and laws that protect consumers, enhance the environment and ensure the quality and safety of water.

The Iowa WQA works with community leaders in providing an additional expert point of view on water related safety and quality issues.

The Iowa WQA works with the news media by providing an expert point of view on water related issues and the value of our members to society.

Our Iowa WQA members pledge to abide by the associations’ strict industry Code of Ethics as well as, individual improvement through formal study and through the exchange of information.

For assistance, contact the Iowa WQA.

Iowa Water Quality Association board members on a tour of the Iowa Secretary of State’s office at the Iowa State Capitol Building during the 2018 Legislative Breakfast, January 23, 2018.

Consumer Information

If you have questions about water treatment systems or would like information about questions you should ask when selecting a water professional visit our consumer assistance section to learn the advantages of choosing an Iowa WQA member to treat your water needs.

Member Information

The Iowa WQA is a non-profit organization whose members are professionals providing water quality improvement services and equipment throughout Iowa.

Learn the benefits of joining Iowa WQA.

IWQA Partners

IWQA wishes to thank our industry partners.  Without them we would not be able to achieve our mission of serving as a resource to homeowners, businesses and community leaders on the safety and quality of water.