Billions of people globally do not have safely managed drinking water
Even though 1.8 billion people have gained access to basic drinking water services since the turn of the century, vast inequalities still exist in accessibility, availability, and quality, according to a new report by UNICEF and the World Health Organization. More>>
CPC Navajo Mountain concludes successfully
The international team of tradespeople brought clean, running water and safe wastewater disposal to a series of homes on a Navajo reservation in a remote mountainous region on the Arizona-Utah border. More>>
ASSE publishes revised performance requirements for plumbing
ASSE 1008 applies to the plumbing aspects of residential food waste disposers designed to reduce food waste particle sizes for discharging into sanitary drainage systems, and ASSE 1053 establishes design and performance requirements for freeze-resistant dual-check backflow preventer wall hydrants.
Register soon for Empowering Women in Industry 2019 to save
This one-day conference scheduled for September 26 in Chicago will be filled with keynotes and interactive workshops on topics designed for women in male-dominated industries. The early bird rate ends June 30. More>>
Comments on the 2022 FGI Guidelines are due June 30
The Facility Guidelines Institute seeks suggestions for improvements for clarity or to better support clinical practices, infection prevention and control, and safe and effective patient and resident care in hospitals, outpatient facilities, and residential health, care, and support facilities. More>>
Early bird deadline for IAPMO’s 90th annual Education and Business Conference is August 23
This event is being held in Reno on September 22–26 and will include education sessions, keynote speakers, exhibitors, a golf outing, and more.