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- WEB EXCLUSIVES
The World Health Organization reports that 2.6 billion people do not have access to adequate sanitation. The United Nations says more than 1 billion people are living with a shortage of fresh water.
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.
NSF International creates Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) training to reduce risk of microbial, chemical and physical hazards in building water systems.
Governor Jerry Brown declares state of emergency for California, CA-NV AWWA calls on drinking water community to take necessary actions.
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.
Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act to take effect on January 4, 2014.
American Standard’s Flush For Good campaign reports progress.
Gilbert Plumbing uses its extensive knowledge and skills to educate customers about local water issues
Phoenix has some of the worst water in the country. The aggressive water coming from the Colorado River and other sources is heavily mineralized and loaded with calcium carbonates — so much so that the water becomes conductive.
The Watts Water Technologies family rolled out the proverbial red carpet in June as the company officially cut the ribbon on its new 30,000-sq.-ft. lead-free plumbing products foundry in Franklin, N.H.
The new warehouse will become the main shipping point for WaterGroup’s Texas customers.