February Industry News

SSPMA Offers Pump Sizing Guidelines; Infiltrator Acquires Advanced Drainage Systems; NSF Publishes Water Reuse American Standard

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SSPMA Offers Pump Sizing Guidelines

The Sump and Sewage Pump Manufacturers Association released a free downloadable PowerPoint presentation covering sizing guidelines for new or replacement sewage pumps. Subjects covered include pump capacity, total dynamic head, solids-handling requirements, basin, simplex or duplex system and sizing example. The presentation, available in either PowerPoint or PDF format, can be accessed at www.sspma.org.


Infiltrator Acquires ADS Septic Chamber Assets

Infiltrator Systems Inc. acquired the septic chamber business of Advanced Drainage Systems Inc. and its subsidiaries. As part of the acquisition, ADS entered into a long-term, non-exclusive distribution agreement with Infiltrator Systems and will continue to market and sell the Arc and BioDiffuser product lines. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.


NSF Publishes Water Reuse American Standard

NSF International published an American national standard for commercial and residential onsite water reuse treatment systems, NSF/ANSI 350. The standard establishes criteria to improve awareness and acceptance of water reuse technologies that reduce impacts on the environment, municipal water and wastewater treatment facilities and energy costs.


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