Regulations and trends on decarbonization and electrification dominated many of the answers we received for our 2023 Water Heater Report. “Electrification is surely gaining attention and momentum as efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emission and efforts in climate change takes
We’ve rebooted our Millennials on the Move series to Generation PHCP, spotlighting those aged 40 and under who are making a mark in plumbing, heating, cooling and piping. Join us as we celebrate 12 exemplary individuals for preparing the PHCP community for the future.
An industry searches for solutions amid a historic personnel crunch.
November 3, 2023
For those not in the know, plumbing engineering is a subset of mechanical engineering. A decades-long push exists within the education system to expand plumbing engineering’s visibility, as well as industry organizations advocating PE designations.
Plumbing engineers play a vital role in raising awareness about drinking water quality and reducing the use of plastic water bottles.
November 3, 2023
Plumbing engineers are crucial for providing clean and safe drinking water in schools. Yet, students, staff and parents still may not trust the tap and instead opt for single-use plastic water bottles.
The federal government released details on accompanying IRA measures relating to consumer and business incentives to support building electrification. The details indicate to construction professionals that incentives are significant for the long-term commitment to decarbonize our economy.
Hot water temperature maintenance systems often contribute to scalding injuries and Legionnaires’ Disease cases through inoperable circulating pumps and problematic balancing valves. Read on for Ron George’s insight into these systems.
As energy bills go up and down, many consumers are sometimes put in the position of paying the electric or gas bill or buying food or medicine. Communities can help by researching alternative heating methods, such as sharing waste heat.