Municipal Water Systems Certification
NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 certification ensures that your product meets regulatory requirements across North America. e also offer testing and certification for municipal products sold in other markets, including the UK, Italy, France and Brazil.
Municipal Water Treatment Systems and Products
Certify your products, components and materials used in the municipal water industry to meet health and safety requirements.
Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals Certification
Certify your drinking water treatment chemicals to meet regulatory requirements around the world.
Regional Certification and Approvals
NSF helps manufacturers of water treatment, distribution, plumbing and residential water filtration products gain access to global markets.
NSF performs electrical safety certifications for food equipment, municipal water products and systems, on-site wastewater products and pool and spa equipment.
Testing and R&D Lab Services
Expedite new product development with R&D services designed to answer specific questions related to product safety and performance.
Chemicals, Generators & Controllers: A Three-Pronged Approach to Chemical Safety
Quick Guide to NRTL Marks on Your Electrical Products
Road Map to Electrical Product Compliance for the U.S. and Canadian Markets
News and Events
Plumbing Standard Revisions Tighten Lead Leaching Criteria in Drinking Water
September 22, 2020
NSF International Staff Takes Part in NEHA Conference
July 23, 2019
Several NSF staff members participated in the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA)’s annual conference in Nashville, Tenn. the week of July 8. Our CEO presented an award and received an award, we presented a scholar intern award, two staff members gave educational sessions and we sponsored the NEHA president’s reception.
U.S. Drinking Water Products Standards Published as National Standards of Canada
April 18, 2019
Second FOG Prevention Conference Draws Diverse Crowd and Spurs Important Discussion
March 12, 2018
In February 2018, NSF International hosted its second annual Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG) Prevention Conference, bringing together a range of industry professionals from plumbing inspectors and consultants to engineers and municipal city officials.