NSF drinking water expert Rick Andrew will discuss a new standard on emerging compounds and incidental contaminants at Aquatech on March 20 in Orlando. The draft standard, NSF 401, sets water treatment unit requirements for reducing emerging compounds — including pharmaceuticals, personal care products, chemicals and endocrine disrupting compounds such as Bisphenol A (BPA) — in water.
Products covered in the standard include mouth-drawn and hand-squeezed sports bottle type filtration systems, point-of-use reverse osmosis systems and traditional filtration systems. Compounds include BPA, meprobamate, phenytoin, atenolol, carbamazepine, TCEP, TCPP, DEET, metolachlor, trimethoprim, ibuprofen, naproxen, estrone, linuron and nonylphenol. > Learn More
The DWTU Industry Forum and Joint Committee Meeting will take place May 13-15 at NSF in Ann Arbor. At the industry forum on May 13, current NSF clients can provide input to our DWTU certification program and get the latest information about product standards, regulations and compliance.
At the joint committee meeting May 14-15, industry stakeholders will review balloted items, get updates on revisions, proposals and standards, and enjoy presentations on industry trends. Observers are welcome.
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NSF has launched a Building Water Systems Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) training program for water systems professionals. The training will help safeguard against microbial, chemical and physical hazards associated with premise plumbing, cooling towers and other water systems in buildings. Training courses will be held in multiple cities across the U.S.
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Did you know NSF-ISR, a division of NSF, also provides ISO registration services for quality, environmental, and health and safety management systems? Our global team can help you comply with regulatory requirements and ensure effective performance of your processes and systems. We can certify your management systems to ISO 9001: Quality Management, ISO 14001: Environmental, OHSAS 18001: Occupational Health and Safety, and more. > Learn more
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