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Posted 11/23/08

Illinois treatment, groundwater groups merge

From WaterTech Online:

OAK PARK, IL — The Illinois Association of Groundwater Professionals (IAGP), headquartered here, announced on November 20 that through a mutual agreement the Illinois Water Quality Association (IWQA) has become part of IAGP.

IWQA was founded in the early 1970s by water treatment professionals to support professional growth of its members and to provide information to consumers. In recent years the leadership saw that maintaining an all-volunteer-managed organization would be impossible to sustain and began a dialog with the IAGP, the trade group for the state’s water well industry, according to the announcement.

After two years of discussion, leaders from both groups agreed on terms that would provide mutual benefit to both organizations.

Under the agreement, former IWQA dealer members are now members of IAGP’s Specialty Services/Water Quality division, and former IWQA supplier/manufacturer members are Associate members.

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