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Drone Technologies Are Helping Streamline Construction Management Tasks
Drones, in our context, are officially called Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) or Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS), and they’re generally lightweight, highly maneuverable and lifted into the air by powerful electric motors driving four rotors at the end of arms mounted to a central pod. Lately, they have become de rigeur pieces of gear in the construction management and building inspection industries, as well as many others. [READ MORE]
 

New alloy to solve lead problem in drinking water
UNSW material scientists address the problem of lead leaching into the drinking water of Australian households by creating a new, lead-free brass alloy that will be used to make plumbing parts. [READ MORE]
U.S. Groundwater in Peril: Potable Supply Less Than Thought
Drilling deeper wells may not be a good long-term solution to compensate for increasing demands on groundwater, report UA hydrologist Jennifer McIntosh and colleagues. [READ MORE]
 
EPA seeks public input on draft toxicity assessments for PFAS chemicals
EPA’s draft assessments follow through on EPA’s commitment to provide tools for states, tribes, and local communities to help protect public health. [READ MORE]

Weil-McLain® Introduces Advanced, Energy Efficient Stainless Steel Vertical Firetube Commercial Boiler
New State-of-the-Art Boiler Line Features Industry-Leading Thermal Efficiencies, Contractor-Friendly Controls, Durable Design for All Commercial Applications. [READ MORE]
 
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National Institute of Building Sciences Annual Report to the President of the United States

North American Board of Certified Energy Professionals has introduced a new Solar Heating System Inspector credential