Month: July 2011

Code NewsSustainable Codes Views: 6

ASPE Joins with IAPMO on Hunter’s Curve Revisions

The increased use of high-efficiency plumbing fixtures, fixture fittings and appliances — and the subsequent decreased demand for water...

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EventsIAPMO R&T - WaterSenseProduct CertificationProduct Testing & Certification Views: 5

IAPMO R&T is Listening, Reacting

Earlier this summer, IAPMO R&T hosted our annual Industry Advisory Forum, an opportunity to bring many of our clients — and some of...

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Product Testing & Certification Views: 3

The Facts of Lab Accreditation

IAPMO R&T Lab is an accredited ISO 17025 laboratory, but what does that mean? In a nutshell, accreditation provides a way to determine...

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Sustainable Codes Views: 1

Oregon’s New ‘Reach Code’ Utilizes IAPMO’s Green Plumbing and Mechanical Code Supplement

The state of Oregon has adopted a first-of-its-kind “Reach Code,” a set of optional construction standards designed to increase the...

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ASSEBackflow PreventionIAPMO News Views: 4

IAPMO to Conduct ASSE Backflow and Cross-Connection Control Training and Certification in California

The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials Backflow Prevention Institute (IAPMO BPI) will conduct the first ever...

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Product Testing & Certification Views: 11

California Division of the State Architect Recognizes IAPMO ES

The California Division of the State Architect (DSA), which provides design and construction oversight for K–12 schools, community...

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