Plumbing contractors play a major role in the nation’s effort to conserve both water and energy, says Kevin Tindal, owner of Tindall & Ranson Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning in Princeton, N.J.

Plumbing contractors play a major role in the nation’s effort to conserve both water and energy, says Kevin Tindall, owner of Tindall & Ranson Plumbing Heating and Air Conditioning in Princeton, N.J. He also is chairman of PHCC’s Green Plumbing and Water Conservation Task Force, and spoke to a Congressional committee July 10. The committee is exploring green technologies’ impact on economic growth.

Tindall asked Congress and the federal government to consider the expertise and opinions of PHCC members as new green technologies are evaluated and implemented.

“As the (Small Business) Committee reviews options for how the federal government can help further advance the role of green technologies, it is important to consider the efforts and impacts on small businesses in the plumbing industry and how they are helping drive momentum in ways that are already positively impacting the economy,” he said.