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Value engineering: Investigate changes of plumbing system without decreasing quality

The term “value engineering” has been a major part of the plumbing profession for a number of years.
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Plumbing vs. process piping

One part is regulated by the plumbing code; the other is regulated by engineering design.

Know where the separation line is ó donít get stuck paying higher fees.


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Aquatherm Pipe meets California Plumbing Code

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.


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IAPMO announces executive appointments

IAPMO promotes Dave Viola to COO and hires Lee Mercer to VP of industry relations.


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Have a Merry, No-Lead Christmas

Make sure to cull your leaded inventory before Jan. 4, 2014.

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.


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IAPMO solicits public comment on 2015 codes

The public comment form, as well as instructions, can be found at www.iapmo.org/Pages/ReportonComments.aspx.


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Small and large graywater systems

Such systems are viable options for your green-conscious customers.

 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.  


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Plumbing Ghost of Christmas Past

Don’t let past mistakes hinder your future. 
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Is green a good public policy?

Should all water-saving practices be added to the plumbing codes?
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Good-bye ASSE

The merger seems inevitable with a majority vote needed this fall.
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2014 Truck of the Month

PM has featured so many great plumbing service trucks! See plenty of them here in our Truck Of The Month Archives page. Are you proud of your truck? Go to our Truck of the Month page to find out how your service truck could be chosen!

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2015 January

The January issue of PM features cover story: 2015 Plumbing Contractor of the Year: Jim Steinle and Atomic Plumbing.

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2015 National Plumbing & HVAC Estimator

Every plumbing and HVAC estimator can use the cost estimates in this practical manual!

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