The March issue of Supply House Times features PHCP-PVF industry continues to advocate for legislation and standards key for water efficiency and safety, ASA and The Distribution Team enter second year of popular peer networking groups, and much more!
How MCAA is helping its members during the pandemic, supplier and contractor partnerships, changing customer expectations, labor and 2021 predications all addressed during lengthy exclusive video interview.
My takeaway from the barrage of stories analyzing the Reddit group that banded together to create noise in the stock industry is that this time, the group hit the market at the right time with the right story and, it seems, most of the people walked away with a profit.
Ever been to Ocean City, Maryland? It’s a summertime wonderland, and I was lucky enough years ago to get hired to do a seminar on hydronic radiant heating for a group of contractors who were having a conference there.
I’m always curious to hear about how distributors and others within our industry are utilizing social media. For some, it’s a new territory that they’ve yet to fully explore because there’s no internal team member with the time and knowledge to do so.
Last fall, amidst the uncertainty of the year to come, the ASA Education Foundation and the ASA Executive Committee committed to move forward with PROJECT VITALITY, the final of three ASA mega initiatives that comprise the Building One Future platform.
ASA’s Women in Industry Division will hold its ELEVATE2021 conference virtually this year only on April 20-23 with a robust week-long educational lineup scheduled.
March 8, 2021
ELEVATE, open to all women in ASA member companies regardless if they are members of ASA’s Women in Industry Division, kicks off on Tuesday, April 20 with Tami Evans’ “Passport to Excellence: Making the Most of Your Personal and Professional Journey” keynote.
New standard would allow 2.5 gallons per minute on each showerhead nozzle.
March 8, 2021
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 the overall negative water-efficiency consequences that will result.