Watts Water Technology

By Jana Summey A few months after the “reopening” of the economy, understandably, business owners and government officials welcomed a return to normalcy. However, new and different risks are faced when reopening dormant buildings with stagnant water systems. Several weeks of zero flow, low flow, and tempered water can result in microbiological growth, leeching heavy Read more

Watts has announced new leaders for several key business units as it continues to strengthen its commitment to customers. Jim Koepsell has been appointed the General Manager of Watts’ Drains and Industrial businesses. Previously, Koepsell led Watts’ Commercial Operations organization. He is responsible for Watts’ cast iron, BLÜCHER stainless steel, and Orion chemical waste drainage Read more

One of Pennsylvania’s oldest and largest school districts has opted for advanced technology to solve an age-old problem: precise temperature control for domestic hot water, installed for pragmatic reasons and as a valuable “insurance policy.” The Bethlehem Area School District (BASD) has been around since the 1920s. The sixth largest school district in Pennsylvania, BASD Read more