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    IAPMO leads coalition to save WaterSense

    IAPMO, The High-Performance Buildings Coalition, and 61 of the nation’s leading manufacturers, associations, and professional organizations in the building industry delivered a letter Monday to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt urging continued federal funding for the highly successful WaterSenseSM program. A true …

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    Action requested on saving WaterSense

    Dear friends, supporters, and members, The IAPMO Group seeking signatures on a letter to EPA Administrator Pruitt voicing support for WaterSense. With the recently unveiled EPA budget memo indicating the Administration’s plan to eliminate the WaterSense program, industry stakeholders have sprung into action. Lobbying Capitol …

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    Start Spring Cleaning in the Bathroom

    Spring cleaning should start in the bathroom. According to experts at Mansfield Plumbing, replacing an old, inefficient toilet with a newer, more efficient toilet is one of the best investments homeowners can make this Spring. “Imagine the time and effort it takes to keep an …

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    PMI advocates for WaterSense use on Hill

    Rolling Meadows, Ill. – A Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) delegation of member CEOs and other executives underscored the importance of using WaterSense products to save water, especially in regions impacted by drought, during mid-September meetings on Capitol Hill. Citing a GMP Research study commissioned by …

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    Drought states slow to adopt water efficiency

    Rolling Meadows, Ill., — Despite the urgent need to save water, consumers and businesses in drought-stricken states have been slow to purchase and install water-efficient toilets, showerheads and bathroom faucets, according to a study conducted by GMP Research, Inc., and commissioned by Plumbing Manufacturers International …

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    PILC discusses future of H20 on Capitol Hill

    Washington, D.C. — The Plumbing Industry Leadership Coalition on Monday hosted the Future of Water Congressional Briefing, an event that helped mark the beginning of Water Week 2015, which seeks to inform and inspire local, state, and national leaders and communicate the considerable value the …

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    Water efficient plumbing rebates to save H20

    Plumbing Manufacturers International estimates up to 360 million gallons a day can be saved through Governor Brown’s call for a statewide rebate program Rolling Meadows, Ill. — Recognizing the severity of the California drought and the call to action it demands, Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) …

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    PMI supports federal water legislation

    Rolling Meadows, Ill. — Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) today expressed its support for “W21: Water in the 21st Century Act.” The legislation – reintroduced in both the House (H.R. 291) and Senate (S. 176) – would formally authorize the Environmental Protection Agency’s WaterSense program and …

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    PMI: Resurgence of plumbing manufacturing

    Rolling Meadows, Ill. — Six CEOs from Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) member companies presented a consensus view of a resurging U.S. plumbing manufacturing industry responding to consumer and environmental needs through product innovation at the recent PMI Fall Conference. Speaking as part of the Executive …

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    ICC, ASABE announce sprinkler standard

    The International Code Council (ICC) and the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) announce the release of a new ANSI consensus standard to classify sprinkler and drip irrigation systems, set uniform testing procedures, and establish minimum design and performance requirements for commercial and …

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