NSF – Water News

Welcome to the NSF Water e-newsletter. This publication will keep you informed of the latest NSF International news for municipal, residential, chemical water treatment and the recreational water market. Be sure to look for our next issue in February!

New NSF Standard for Geothermal Piping to be Referenced in 2015 International Mechanical Code

Our new standard for ground-source geothermal piping systems, NSF/ANSI 358-1, will be referenced in the 2015 International Mechanical Code. It ensures that geothermal products meet minimum performance and safety requirements for reduced potential liability and increased product acceptance. > Read More

NSF Issues First Australian WaterMark Certification for 3M Filtration System

We offer Australian WaterMark certification as part of our NSF Passport Program™ to help manufacturers obtain global market approvals for plumbing and water treatment products. 3M’s commercial foodservice filtration systems are the first to earn certification. > Read More

Top 10 Point-of-Use and Point-of-Entry Consumer Inquiries from 2012

  • Lead
  • Arsenic
  • Water softeners
  • Cyst/bacteria
  • Fluoride
  • Chloramine
  • VOC
  • Uranium/radium/iodine 131/alpha
  • Chlorine
  • Nonsalt softeners

For more information, view the NSF online contaminant guide or contact NSF Consumer Affairs Officer, Cheryl Luptowski at info@nsf.org.

Featured Events

International Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration Exposition (AHR)
Dallas, TX
January 28 – January 30, 2013
Visit NSF at booth #4253

Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show (NESPA)
Atlantic City, NJ
January 29 – January 31, 2013
Visit NSF at booth #3925

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