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Aging Fire Hydrants Cause Expensive Infrastructure Problems

Aging Fire Hydrants Cause Expensive Infrastructure Problems

Fire hydrants appear mostly harmless, but when this crucial piece of infrastructure starts aging, it can become a serious public health and safety issue. Installed in urban and suburban areas, regular hydrant maintenance is key to ensure optimum performance and compliance with local fire codes. Unfortunately, many cities are having problems with the costs of maintaining fire hydrants. Problems like erosion, leaking or freezing of hydrants during the colder

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WASDA Welcomes

WASDA Welcomes Zenner Performance Meters

WASDA Welcomes New Member: Zenner Performance Meters

WASDA extends a warm welcome to Zenner Performance Meters headquartered in Banning, California. Zenner Performance Meters is a division of the Minol-ZENNER Group, founded in 1903 in Saarbrucken, Germany. Zenner is an international manufacturer and supplier of highly reliable and intelligent water and heat meters designed to measure water consumption.

Zenner is recognized worldwide for their high level of technical and service expertise and for their commitment to water

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Water Industry Alerts

Drinking Water Act Call to Action

Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act

Call to action!

An amendment to the Safe Water Drinking Act, the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act, takes effect on January 4, 2014. A recent development by the EPA mandating that fire hydrants comply with the lead-free provision was added, leaving utilities, distributors and manufacturers with millions of dollars in non-complaint inventory. Take Action – Now! WASDA is calling on you to lobby your Congressional representatives both in writing and

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