The Water Quality Protection Center is operated in cooperation with NSF International . This center verifies the performance of commercial-ready technologies that protect groundwater and surface waters from contamination. Technologies in this center fall under two main areas:
- source water protection—technologies that prevent the contamination and maintain the quality of drinking water supplies from both groundwater and surface water sources
- wet weather flow—technologies that control and treat the increased volumes of water as runoff, in sewers and wastewater treatment plants during period of wet weather events.
This center is no longer accepting new applications for technologies to be verified. The center will conclude operations at the end of 2013.
Technologies that protect our water quality help to protect human health and our ecological resources by reducing or preventing environmental risks. This center has verified technologies in a range of categories, including decentralized wastewater treatment, watershed protection, urban infrastructure rehabilitation, mercury amalgam separation and on-site residential nutrient reduction. View All Verified Technologies for This Center...
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See EPA's PDF page to learn more.