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Crushed Porcelain From Old Toilets Transformed Into a Valuable Resource

Crushed Porcelain From Old Toilets Transformed Into a Valuable Resource

Upgrades to plumbing fixtures in 500 large New York City Department of Education buildings is producing a significant amount of old porcelain. Rather than trashing all of that, the city’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) reprocesses the porcelain into a valuable material for ecological restoration and infrastructure projects. Existing toilets … Read more »


Hospital to Save 490,000 Gallons of Water Annually

Ochiltree General Hospital expects to save more than 490,000 gallons of water per year by replacing inefficient infrastructure. CEO Nathan Staggs says the Texas hospital overpays $54,000 annually to utilities because of the aging infrastructure. He estimates the project will have a payback of $4,367,407 over the next 15 years. … Read more »

Benjamin Frankin High School

Sloan Plumbing Products Help School Save Water

Sloan has helped a New Orleans high school make its restrooms more water and energy efficient by donating plumbing products. Renovating the restrooms at Benjamin Franklin High School in New Orleans consisted of structural changes as well as cosmetic improvements. Because the building is a completely cement structure, it didn’t … Read more »

Standards & Compliance Briefing: Plumbing/Heating Pilot, Substances of Very High Concern

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Standards Council of Canada have launched pilot projects to facilitate the development of joint Canada-US standards to serve public health and safety objectives in the plumbing/heating and electrotechnical sectors. The pilots will focus on emerging product areas where neither standards nor regulations currently … Read more »

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