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WaterSense flushometer, commercial bowl certification

WaterSense chief details progress of flushometer, commercial bowl certification 

  • Jul 15, 2014
    Commentary

    EPA overreaches in proposed lead rule extension

    It made sense when the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency banned lead in many consumer products in order to protect children. The agency banned lead in gasoline, in paint and in plumbing products that convey drinking water. This all started in the ‘70s. When lead was found to be harmful, lead was first banned in gasoline in 1973 and then in other products. Lead paint was banned in 1978. Lead was banned in 50:50 tin/lead solder used for potable water pipe in the late 1980s and finally in brass plumbing fittings this year....More

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