A lot is happening in the plumbing industry in the month of June. Continue reading our news roundup to learn more about what’s happening in the industry this month.
Watts Water Technologies held a ribbon-cutting ceremony in April to celebrate the grand opening of its latest training center in Fort Worth, Texas. The new 250,000-square-foot facility is customized for training, administration and manufacturing, and joins five other Watts Works Learning Centers across North America.
In addition to a working mechanical room with pressurized water lab, the facility includes a 3,600 square foot Learning Center, office areas and a wide range of product manufacturing and assembly, including robotic welding and cutting, metal passivation, sheet metal rolling, precision laser metal cutting, CNC machining, and ASME testing.
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When: October 3rd-6th, 2023
Where: Phoenix Convention Center, AZ
Service World is considered the largest contractor event in the country. Her Time schedule is packed with a ton of industry leaders and even features an appearance from the great soccer player Tim Tebow!
Between the fair and the speakers, this event is a can’t miss! Click here for more information.
Raipur Municipal Corporation (RMC) in India has launched a special operation to clean up all major drains in the capital ahead of the monsoon. RMC Commissioner Mayank Chaturvedi has also issued instructions to ban dumping of rubbish in road dividers. The commissioner has directed all zone commissioners to enforce a ban on throwing trash in the partitions and to ensure cleaning staff at the RMC adhere to this policy.
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