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Is Supervisory Air Monitoring Feasible for Manual Dry Standpipes?

June 17, 2021
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Gregory Shvartsman, President of IGS Consulting in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, is working on a project in which the client wants supervisory air monitoring for manual dry standpipe systems, based […]

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June 2021 From the Executive’s Desk: It’s Your Membership. Make the Most of It.

June 16, 2021
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Being an ASPE member has always been important to me, and I’m sure it has been for you as well. I’ve found it valuable to have a place where I […]

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June 2021 New Society Members

June 1, 2021
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Please help us welcome the following plumbing industry professionals who recently joined ASPE or changed Chapter affiliation. Arkansas Chapter       Camden John Altepeter Baltimore Chapter     Nicholas D. Bowley Boston Chapter          Joshua […]

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What Is the Best Material for Reverse Osmosis Water for Hospital Equipment?

May 27, 2021
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Naveen Kumar Shivanna, CPD, GPD, LEED GA, a Fire Protection and Plumbing Engineer with Setty & Associates in Baltimore was asked by the contractor on a hospital project to supply […]

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Engineers and Contractors Pivot to Avoid Supply Chain Issues with Plastic Piping

May 25, 2021
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In these difficult times, engineers and contractors are turning to metal to avoid long lead times and skyrocketing costs. by Francesca Dunbar We have all experienced major disruptors due to […]

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Plumbing Design for Success: Understanding and Preventing Copper Corrosion

May 10, 2021
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Learn some methods to prevent different types of copper corrosion that can result from the reduced use of water in unused buildings due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We live in […]

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What Is the Difference Between a Vacuum Breaker and an AAV?

May 7, 2021
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Mark Nailor, CPDT, a Senior Mechanical Designer with PMH Associates in Moorestown, New Jersey, is wrapping up a project in New Jersey in which the contractor installed vent piping on […]

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“Remaining True to Your Ethical Beliefs When Faced with a Difficult Situation”

May 5, 2021
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Engineer hierarchy was a recent topic on the forum of a professional organization. The person who began the conversation was a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the civil discipline with […]

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May 2021 New Society Members

May 4, 2021
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Please help us welcome the following plumbing industry professionals who recently joined ASPE or changed Chapter affiliation. Alabama Chapter Joshua Keith Nelsaon Justin Rutledge, PE Atlanta Chapter Kevin Harrison Baltimore […]

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Membership Matters: Two Member Benefits You Need to Be Using Now

May 4, 2021
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Hello! I’m Jason McDonald, ASPE’s Vice President, Membership. I joined ASPE in 1994 and am currently a member of the Chicago Chapter. I ran for the position of VPM because […]

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