April 2016 NSF Water News
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NSF International Certifies First Water Filters That Reduce Microcystin in Drinking Water

NSF has certified several water filters to the newly developed test method, NSF Protocol 477: Drinking Water Treatment Units — Microcystin, which verifies a water filter’s ability to reduce microcystin to below the health advisory levels set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. NSF developed this test protocol at the request of regulatory agencies concerned about communities with elevated levels of microcystin in the lakes and rivers that are their primary source for public drinking water. Read More >

NSF International and the American Society of Plumbing Engineers Sign Agreement

NSF International and the American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to advance and promote public health and sustainability initiatives for the plumbing industry. This agreement focuses on sound plumbing and engineering practices and will utilize the expertise of both organizations to strengthen current and future projects. Read More >

Four Plumbing and Building Codes Adopt NSF/ANSI 350 Standard for Water Reuse Systems

To help address water scarcity and drought issues, four codes now require that water reuse systems comply with NSF/ANSI 350 to ensure proper treatment of greywater. NSF/ANSI 350: Onsite Residential and Commercial Water Reuse Treatment was created by NSF International to standardize the material, design and performance criteria for water reuse systems. Read More >

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