India’s plumbing challenges answered

India’s plumbing challenges answered

By Mike Flenniken at IAPMO

In the spirit of the sharing of unique experiences that shape the plumbing industries in our respective nations, the following article looks at International Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Foundation (IWSH) efforts to improve sanitation facilities in Indian villages. This is the next in a regular series of similar articles that will feature in this magazine.

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Direct potable reuse moves closer to reality in state of California

Direct potable reuse moves closer to reality in state of California

By Mike Flenniken at IAPMO

In the spirit of the sharing of unique experiences that shape the plumbing industries in our respective nations, the following article looks at the feasibility of developing water recycling criteria for direct potable reuse in California, US. Written by IAPMO staff writer Mike Flenniken, it is the next in a regular series of similar articles that will be run in this magazine.

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Of all the IAPMO Group’s core competencies, which division do you feel is making the greatest impact, and why?

In the spirit of the sharing of unique experiences that shape the plumbing industries in our respective nations, the following essay won first place in IAPMO’s annual Scholarship Essay Competition. First introduced in 2009 and open to all high school, university, and trade school students, the competition has elicited entries from across the world. Written by David Barry of Georgia Gwinnett College in Cumming, Georgia, it is the next in a regular series of similar articles that will be run in this magazine.

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Power in the pipes

By Matt Chapuran from IAPMO

In the spirit of the sharing of unique experiences that shape the plumbing industries in our respective nations, the following article looks at an energy company that has placed turbines inside water pipes with the goal of producing cheap and clean electricity.

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IAPMO opens testing and certification facility for Indonesia

By Mike Flenniken

IAPMO officials recently visited Indonesia in support of the nationwide effort to implement SNI 8153:2015.

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IAPMO launches foundation to help solve global water issues

By Mike Flenniken and Russ Chaney, IAPMO CEO

The IAPMO Group recently announced the formation of the International Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Foundation (IWSH).

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