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IDEXX Water understands that education is essential to building your technical knowledge and enhancing your laboratory skills.
Our educational offerings are part of an ongoing commitment to our customers to help you grow professionally and personally through online training, live webinars, and industry news articles.
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IDEXX Water Academy


Featured Courses

NEW! Surface Water Treatment Rule: Impact on Microbiology 
Curious about the Surface Water Treatment Rule and where it fits under the Safe Drinking Water Act? This course explores the history of the SWTR and the impact it has on public water systems and explains how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency solicits input on proposed rules and how you can make sure your voice is heard. 

NEW! Testing for Enterococci with the Enterolert Test
This course provides background on why testing for enterococci is important for public health, reviews different testing methods, and provides guidance on using the Enterolert test. 

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Water webinars

Live online interactive events

Upcoming live webinars

Regulatory 101: U.S. Water Regulations
Thursday, June 22 1-2 PM EDT

Join Patsy Root, Senior Manager, Government Affairs at IDEXX Water, as she provides an overview of the EPA, discusses key regulations for drinking water and wastewater, and walks through the EPA’s regulatory process. Patsy will also cover the EPA public comment period and explain how and why you should be involved in the process. This session also includes time for questions and answers about regulatory issues.

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IDEXX Currents

Water industry news and trends written by industry experts

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Recent featured articles
  • Removing ammonia from wastewater
    Nitrates in industrial wastewater and polluted groundwater can be transformed into ammonia for industrial uses, but the process is usually hindered by variable nitrate levels and other factors. A team of collaborators from Rice University, Arizona State University, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory has found a new technology to create and remove ammonia from effluent.
  • Your lab's quality assurance plan: Essential Elements
    Quality control and quality assurance plans are two foundational elements ensuring the reliability of your lab. Do you have all of these essential elements in your plan? 
  • EPA proposes lead and copper rule improvements
    In the past two years, the EPA has taken a hard look at the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) and eliminating lead from drinking water due to its harmful effects. 

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