Stern will help the association grow through its new strategic plan, which includes advancing the knowledge and professionalism of industry participants, increasing advocacy and driving public awareness and knowledge.
Critical legislation represents a victory for wholesalers, distributors and Californians alike.
October 13, 2021
After months of negotiation and intense work on the part of the California legislature, American Supply Association and its coalition partners, AB 100 has been signed into law by California Governor Gavin Newsom. This is a positive result that provides manufacturers time to get compliant products into the supply chain and provides wholesalers/distributors a reasonable amount of time to reduce inventory.
The American Society of Civil Engineers’ 2021 U.S. infrastructure report card graded the United States wastewater system a D+, and the nation’s drinking water system received a C-. Additionally, according to the CDC, more than 500,000 kids in the U.S. have elevated levels of lead in their blood.
New standard would allow 2.5 gpm on each showerhead nozzle.
February 22, 2021
The American Supply Association (ASA) recently joined the Alliance for Water Efficiency in its appeal to the United States Department of Energy related to allowable flow-rate changes for multi-head showers, and the subsequent negative affects it will have on business operations for ASA members, as well as overall negative water-efficiency consequences that will result.
The new Watts Pronto! line of adjustable cleanouts are a durable, aesthetically appealing cleanouts that ease of installation and simple leveling for all floor finishes, the company notes. Available in PVC and cast iron, the Pronto! line enables post-pour adjustment and quick installation.
A broad range of allied trade professionals are invited to join a leading panel of experts – beginning Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 10 am ET – during six weekly panel discussions as they address healthcare design and water safety.
Over the course of the last few months, the American Supply Association has been actively monitoring the state of California’s efforts to pass “Get the Lead Out 2.0,” which would force manufacturers into a second round of endpoint fixture lead reduction, 10 years after current regulations went into effect.