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Polypropylene pipe is officially included in the 2014 California Plumbing Code as part of the new California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) codes that took effect January 1, 2014.
IAPMO promotes Dave Viola to COO and hires Lee Mercer to VP of industry relations.
By now, you are probably tired of hearing about the new no-lead legislation. The days are counting down until Jan. 4, 2014, the effective date of the law.
The public comment form, as well as instructions, can be found at www.iapmo.org/Pages/ReportonComments.aspx.
First, a clarification. You will find the terms “graywater” and “greywater” used to describe the reuse of certain waters. Whether you prefer an “a” or an “e,” it is the same water. It’s dirty but not disgusting.