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NSF DWTU Industry Forum attendees visited
U of M’s Big House

The largest stadium in the US and 3rd largest stadium worldwide welcomed NSF’s DWTU Industry Forum attendees for an exclusive tour. Thanks to all those that attended!

Emerging Contaminants Taint Drinking Water Supply

NSF is currently working with drinking water regulators and industry experts to finalize NSF Standard 401: Drinking Water Treatment Units — Emerging Compounds/Incidental Contaminants. These contaminants include pharmaceuticals, personal care products, pesticides, herbicides and endocrine disrupting compounds that have been detected in global drinking water supplies at trace levels and whose health effects are not yet known. The draft standard addresses the effectiveness of water filtration products in removing a variety of emerging compounds and contaminants as most municipal water treatment systems and home septic systems are not able to effectively remove emerging contaminants.
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Join NSF for a Special Presentation at

We invite you to attend this educational session offered by NSF as part of AWWA ACE 2014:

Raising the Bar for Treatment Chemicals
Tuesday, June 10, 10:30am | Location: 257B

In response to concerns regarding the need for tamper-evident packaging and controls for imported drinking water treatment chemicals, we have created new requirements in NSF/ANSI Standard 60 related to the certification of these products to. These requirements harmonize the frequency of retesting and address other certification practices for NSF/ANSI 60 compliance monitoring. If your product is certified to NSF/ANSI 60, or if you specify or use treatment chemicals, you won’t want to miss this informative session! To learn more about this presentation or to schedule an appointment with us, email americas@nsf.org.

Five Steps to a Safer Pool and Spa This Summer

Last year, more than 200 children ages 1-14 drowned in a swimming pool or spa, and three out of four were under the age of 5 (Source: Consumer Product Safety Commission). To prevent injuries at your pool or spa this summer, follow these five simple tips from public health organization NSF International. Read More >

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Singapore International Water Week
6/1 – 5

6/8 – 11
Boston, Massachusetts
Visit NSF in booth 1156

Aquatech China
6/25 – 27
Shanghai, China

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