Every year, tens of thousands of preventable injuries and deaths are caused by hazards from building water systems. The human and financial costs are staggering. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) — a structured, systematic, cost-effective methodology best known for its successful use in food safety — has proven remarkably effective for preventing waterborne infection, such as Legionnaires' Disease, and injuries, such as scalding, associated with building water systems.
Join us for a free, one-hour seminar on the who, how, why and what are (and are not) needed to use HACCP for building water systems. > Register
Consumers contacting NSF looking for filters to treat a specific contaminant in drinking water are most concerned about lead. Issues related to bacteria and/or cysts are the second most common concern, followed by arsenic. Find out the remaining seven! > Read More
Aquafilter, headquartered in Lodz, Poland, recently received certification to NSF/ANSI 42: Drinking Water Treatment Units in just 73 days for its filter housings and filter cartridges.
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Join NSF on December 4 for a no-cost webinar on the differences between product certification and just testing aspects of the product when setting the discharge limits for wastewater treatment systems. The webinar will also describe the process and scope of the American National Standards.
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