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    60-Day Countdown for Sioux Chief ‘No Lead’

    Kansas City, Mo. — The “Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act” or Federal Public Law 111-380, eliminates the sale or installation of potable water plumbing fixtures with a wetted surface area containing more than a weighted average of .25% lead – beginning January 4, 2014. Rough …

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    BrassCraft No-lead campaign effective

    Novi, Mich. — After an extensive awareness campaign informing plumbers of the January 2014 no-lead law, BrassCraft Manufacturing, a leading manufacturer of plumbing products,released survey results revealing the campaign’s effectiveness. BrassCraft Manufacturing measured plumber awareness after developing and implementing an extensive, two year no-lead campaign …

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    Going Green – Exploration of the ‘Trend’

    The industry of “green” runs rampant in American culture. Cleaning products, health/wellness, restaurants, this “trend” accounts for over two million businesses in the United States. Construction has the biggest potential for positive change. While it costs more to build green, contractors and consumers find the …

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    Poudre Valley School District Sets the Bar High for Green Schools

    For almost two decades, the Poudre Valley School District (“PSD”) in Ft. Collins, Colo. has been a vanguard of energy conservation and management initiatives on a national level.  In an era of ever-shrinking budgets, fewer dollars expended on energy means more of the district’s funds …

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    Bradford White Boilers & Volume Water Heaters

    Bradford White recently introduced its new Brute™ Series, line of gas-fired boilers and volume water heaters. The product line includes both residential and commercial boilers, from 50 to 2,400 MBH, and up to 98% AFUE. The Brute Series includes the 50 to 225 MBH, chimney-vented Brute …

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    DEWALT partners with Wounded Warrior Project

    TOWSON, Md. — DEWALT is partnering with Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) to help support their vision of fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in U.S. history.  “We are extremely proud of our partnership with Wounded Warrior Project and look forward to continuing our …

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    UMEC receives safety excellence award

    Tempe, Ariz. — University Mechanical & Engineering Contractors, Inc. (UMEC) in Tempe, Arizona has been recognized for the ninth time since 2000 with a national 1st Place Safety Excellence Award for exemplary safety practices and performance from the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National …

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    Kingspan Environmental partners with Amidus

    Jessup, Md. — U.S. Environmental Protection Agency figures show that 73.2 percent, or nearly three-quarters, of the 300 gallons of water the average American family uses daily requires heating for use in the shower, laundry, etc. Thermal (or solar) technologies “displace the need to use …

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    Xylem introduces new standard for impellers

    Lubbock, Tex. — Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, recently announced that its Goulds Water Technology and Bell & Gossett brand vertical turbine impellers will convert from their previous standard of silicon bronze to a new, …

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    ASPE/ANSI 45-2013 Receives ANSI Approval

    Chicago — The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) announced that the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has approved ASPE/ANSI 45-2013: Siphonic Roof Drainage as an American National Standard.  ASPE became an ANSI-accredited standards developer in May 2012, and its first initiative was submitting ASPE 45, originally published …

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