DigDeep is distributing 248,000 gallons of bottled Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water to approximately 16 different sites across Arizona, New Mexico and Utah, provided as emergency relief to the Navajo Nation by Nestlé Waters North America.
The “After COVID-19” series is designed to provide jurisdictions, health departments, building owners and managers, and contractors with detailed information and guidance on reopening the various building types.
An essential support and reference document for beginners and experts alike, the 2018 UPC and UMC Illustrated Training Manuals provide the entire code accompanied by hundreds of full-color photos and graphics and narrative discussion expanding on specific sections of each code.
In a pair of letters to the Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works, IAPMO and its partners applaud the committee for putting forward bipartisan solutions to the challenges posed by the nation's water infrastructure and recommend additional measures the organizations believe would enhance the legislations' effectiveness.
Households impacted by contaminated groundwater that desperately require water treatment devices to supply the home with a potable source may now apply for the Household Wells Systems grant, with or without the installation of a new water well system.
"How the Federal COVID-19 Response Impacts Your Business," a webinar co-convened on April 16 by IAPMO and many of its plumbing and mechanical industry partners and led by Glenn Spencer, attracted a large audience of business owners and employees seeking guidance on employment issues precipitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.