Plumbing Engineer - Features: September 2014
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Plumbing Engineer - Features: September 2014

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A conversation with Billy Smith, FASPE, ASPE’s Senior Director of Technical and Regulatory Affairs
Plumbing Engineer recently discussed the state of technology with Billy Smith, FASPE, the senior director of technical and regulatory affairs at ASPE. While efficiency has taken a lot of the attention and technological bandwidth in the past decade, water safety continues to keep the ... >> More

ASPE celebrates a half-century of elevating the plumbing engineer profession
The year 1964 was a pivotal one in many ways. It saw the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Gulf of Tonkin Incident further escalated the Vietnam War. And, the British Invasion came in full force as the Beatles arrived in the U.S. and appeared to the nation on The Ed Sullivan Show. ... >> More

Taking the Lead on Lead Reduction

About once a year, you should receive a water quality report in your utility bill. They all appear a little different, depending on where you live, but they contain the same core information. If you look closer, that report will reveal several characteristics used in potable water design. Potable water ... >> More

Health care facilities are a growing market with special challenges and opportunities

Health care continues to be an important and growing market for the plumbing industry and for the construction sector as a whole. Even when the market for other building types suffered through dips and drops, health care was one of the first markets to lead the way back out of the ... >> More

Josam Company carries a century of customer-centered innovation forward to new generation

If there is one thing that defines Americans and American business, it’s resiliency. Even when we’re knocked down, we come back stronger and more determined. This profile applies very well to Josam Company. The company has had its ups and downs over the years. But, strong ... >> More

Tough Stuff: Willoughby’s products are built to last

Willoughby Industries, Inc. has developed a strong market presence as a manufacturer of stainless steel and solid surface plumbing fixtures for the correctional, health care, behavioral health care, education, and parks and recreation markets. Recently celebrating 67 years in business, ... >> More


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