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Its Green Pipe complies with national, third-party ANSI/NSF 61 (C.HOT 180° F/82° C) standards.
When trying to learn about being green and reusing water, one can feel suffocated by all the terminology. There’s graywater, blackwater, reclaimed water, recycled water, potable water and nonpotable water. Let’s start with defining these terms.
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.
Aquatherm’s 4” Blue Pipe SDR 17.6 faser-composite is an alternative to steel and copper pipe and is noncorrosive, nontoxic, does not contain phthalates or BPA, is lead-free and chemically inert.
Aquatherm’s polypropylene-random piping systems feature a threadless transition from PP-R pipe to fixture units and flush valves
Steve and Susan Clark were killed in a motor vehicle accident near St. George, Utah, on May 24.