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PMI Announces New Committee Chairs –
PMI announces new committee chairs for the Advocacy/Outreach Committee, the Water Efficiency and Sustainability Committee and the Government Affairs Committee.
PMI Announces New Fall Conference Dates –
PMI announces new dates for its 2014 Fall Conference. The new dates will be October 27-30, 2014.
Following a survey of our membership, PMI has decided to push back the dates of the 2014 PMI Fall Conference by one week in order to avoid conflict with Greenbuild. In spite of our due diligence to select dates that were not in conflict with other industry events, changes to the Greenbuild Conference dates from November to October in 2014 created an overlap.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available for the 2014 PMI Spring Conference –
Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) is offering sponsorship opportunities for its 2014 Spring Conference. Sponsors may choose from Gold, Silver and Bronze level sponsorships as well as an opportunity to sponsor the conference’s keynote speaker, Dr. Marc Edwards.
PMI Members Compliant With New Lead-Free Standard –
Members of Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) have successfully transitioned their plumbing products to meet the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act which became effective on January 4, 2014. This important law reduces the allowable amount of lead permissible in plumbing products that come into contact with potable (drinkable) water nationwide.
Registration is Now Open for the 2014 PMI Spring Conference –
The 2014 PMI Spring Conference will be held March 2-5 at Charleston Place in Charleston, South Carolina. PMI welcomes you to join us for an engaging and exciting conference in one of the country’s oldest and most welcoming cities. Well known for its history and hospitality, Charleston is an ideal place to host our event which will focus on filling information gaps and coming together to address the issues and concerns of the day.
PMI Welcomes Allied Member NSF International –
Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) is pleased to announce its Board of Directors has approved NSF International’s application for membership, making them PMI’s newest Allied Member. PMI officially welcomed NSF International as an Allied Member of PMI earlier this month.
Shabbir Rawalpindiwala of Kohler Co. Wins the Joseph K. Seidner Award –
Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) proudly congratulates Shabbir Rawalpindiwala, Manager Codes and Standards, Engineering and Plumbing at the Kohler Company, on being named the recipient of the 2013 Joseph K. Seidner Award at the Canadian Advisory Council on Plumbing.
Washington: Water Resources Bill Advances in Senate –
Last week, the Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee unanimously passed the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA, S. 601) that would authorize 18 new U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) flood protection, navigation and ecosystem restoration projects while instituting a number of reforms to the process. NLC supports the bill.
Water for the gods now being conserved in temples –
An astrologer and social activist has turned the religious practice of offering water and milk in temples into a unique way of water conservation. Pandit Purushotam Gaur, known as Guruji, has developed water harvesting infrastructure in more than 300 temples in Rajasthan over the past 13 years. Gaur is harvesting the millions of gallons of water offered by devotees in Hindu temples that earlier used to literally go down the drain.
Lead found in water at 2 Navy child care sites –
The Navy conducted voluntary testing at nine child care facilities in the area and found that two of them - located at Norfolk Naval Station and at Joint Expeditionary Base Fort Story - had lead at doses higher than recommended by the Environmental Protection Agency.