Knowledge on tap
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.
IDEXX Water Academy
NEW! Water Testing: The Big Picture
This interactive map provides a framework for understanding the big picture when it comes to water testing. Explore different water types, their uses, and important testing considerations.
NEW! Wastewater Surveillance for Public Health Indicators
Wastewater surveillance has been in the news lately and for very good reason - it plays a critical role in the fight against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that can cause COVID-19. But did you know that wastewater surveillance has been used to monitor many other diseases as well? This course gives an overview of wastewater as an important tool in protecting public health.
NEW! Accreditation: Getting Started
Earning accreditation for a water testing method can be a complex and confusing process. This introductory-level course examines what is meant by accreditation and walks through high-level processes that are common to many accreditation agencies.
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Live online interactive events
Upcoming live webinars
IDEXX Tecta: Automate your workflow
Thursday, December 8 1:00-2:00 PM (ET)
Using IDEXX and Tecta together gives labs the flexibility to do more – to be more responsive in emergencies, to expand testing services, and to deliver accurate results when and where customers need them. Join Len White, IDEXX Water Marketing Director, and Emily Frawley, IDEXX Water Product Manager as they discuss what IDEXX Tecta is, how it works and the science behind it, and how it can complement the existing IDEXX products in your lab. This session also includes time for interactive questions and answers with Len, Emily, and other IDEXX Tecta experts.
Water industry news and trends written by industry experts
Recent featured articles
- City's Recreational Water Quality Monitoring Transformed by Tech
Twenty years ago, poor water quality made swimming an uninviting prospect at Lake Ontario's northeastern edge in Kingston, Ontario. Wastewater overflows in the small industrial city's combined sewer system regularly prompted complaints from residents. Today, it's a much different story.
- As Clean Water Act turns 50, pollution threats persist
Before the Clean Water Act passed Congress (CWA) in 1972, America's waterways were nightmarishly polluted. Raw sewage, oil, and other free-flowing contaminants turned water brown and foamy.
- Preparing for Audits: What Water Laboratories Should Know
If your water laboratory is seeking Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or state certification for analyzing drinking water samples you will need to undergo periodic audits. This artilce will outline steps to help you prepare.