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On Friday, November 5, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (H.R. 3684). This bill will provide nearly $1.2 trillion in funding for the nation’s infrastructure.
During WEFTEC 2021, Christopher Komline, Vice President of Komline-Sanderson, visited the WEFTEC Live Studio to discuss all things WEFTEC. Interviewed by WEFTEC Emcee Laura Schwartz, he shared the philosophy of his company’s 68 years of history exhibiting at WEFTEC, how exhibitors and visitors can get the most out of the experience, and what keeps them coming back each year.
The federal district court in Charleston, South Carolina, has given “preliminary approval” to a proposed Class Action Settlement regarding wipe products between Plaintiff Charleston Water System and Defendant Kimberly-Clark Corporation.
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As the world’s leading manufacturer of water, wastewater, and stormwater inspection equipment, CUES provides the necessary tools for both pipeline inspection and repair. CUES also offers a range of advanced systems, such as SONAR, LIDAR, and Laser Profiling, for those requiring more detailed inspection data.
PPG sent Rob Pawlak, General Manager, Protective and Marine Coatings and Scott Doering, Director of Commercial and Technical Operations, USA, Protective and Marine Coatings to WEFTEC to discuss the acquisition of RAVEN® Lining Systems and their new comprehensive wastewater coatings portfolio.
Peter Grevatt, Water Research Foundation CEO, shared his organization’s recent work and its importance and talked about its scientific priorities. The Water Research Foundation, based in Denver, currently manages over $73 million in research funding.