It’s rare today to see a drinking fountain without a bottle filling station. As demand for environmentally friendly and sustainable products increases, and concerns over water quality grow, these products are becoming increasingly popular in both indoor and outdoor applications.
If finalized, the proposed regulation will require public water systems to monitor for these chemicals. It will also require systems to notify the public and reduce PFAS contamination if levels exceed the proposed regulatory standards.
Based in Denver, Christopher Corwin will grow the firm’s drinking water practice, aligning its technical and R&D experts with clients to deliver groundbreaking and trusted solutions to safeguard water supplies and enhance system reliability.
The United States is failing, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2021 Infrastructure Report Card. The nation’s 2.2 million miles of underground pipes delivering clean drinking water is aging and underfunded.
Governor Gavin Newsom and the California State Legislature have enacted Assembly Bill (AB) 100 into law. Authored by Assembly member Chris Holden, AB 100 adopts industry standard NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 2020 as the lead-testing requirement for certified endpoint drinking water devices sold in California.
American National Standards for health effects of drinking water treatment chemicals (NSF/ANSI 60) and drinking water system components (NSF/ANSI 61) updated for the Canadian market and published as National Standards of Canada.