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EWTS Announces Keynote Speakers
The chief impact officer for water.org, a nonprofit organization that has been working to bring water and sanitation to the world for 25 years, and the president/CEO of the public utility San Antonio Water System will be the keynote speakers. [READ MORE]
 

WorldSkills Reinstates Plumbing and Heating Skill Management Team
Shanghai, China (Jan. 27, 2020) — WorldSkills International has announced its new roster of Skill Management Teams, assigned for the next edition of the biggest international vocational education and skills excellence event on earth. [READ MORE]
Zurn Industries Partners with ASPE Young Professionals as Sponsor
MILWAUKEE, Wis. – Zurn Industries LLC is pleased to announce their sponsorship of the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Young Professionals program (AYP). Through this partnership, Zurn will strengthen its relationship with ASPE and, through regular communication with AYP members, help provide new generations of plumbing engineering professionals with tools that make their jobs easier. [READ MORE]
 
Alliance for Water Efficiency Releases Major New Research Study on Drought Response and Water Demands
Chicago, IL— 1/23/20 — Today the Alliance for Water Efficiency released a major new research study on municipal drought response and water demand. The Use and Effectiveness of Municipal Irrigation Restrictions During Drought study explores how drought response measures have been implemented and how water demand reductions have been achieved across different water suppliers in different states. [READ MORE]
Construction Starts Fall 21 Percent in December
NEW JERSEY – January 20, 2020 – Total construction starts in the final month of 2019 dropped 21% from the previous month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $800.4 billion. The sharp decline was largely a response to hefty gains posted in November’s utility and manufacturing sectors. When removing the influence of these two very volatile sectors, total construction starts only fell 3% in December. By major sector, nonresidential building starts fell 20% in December, while nonbuilding starts dropped 41%, and residential starts lost 4% over the month. [READ MORE]
 

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