This is what happened back in the good old days. The plumbing professional spent a few hours digging around in a home’s landscaping or a business’ parking lot until the cause of the clog, backup, leak or water loss was detected.
Although much of the fats, oils and greases created in residential kitchens are disposed of by draining to the sanitary drainage system, there is no Uniform Plumbing Code requirement for individual residential grease interceptors.
As part of its 95th anniversary celebration, Bradley Corp. recently hosted a learning tour of its manufacturing plant with Wisconsin-area high school students enrolled in the new Design Engineering Manufacturing Center.
In the wake of headlines about the water crisis in Flint, Mich. the fifth International Emerging Technology Symposium drew more than 120 attendees from the plumbing industry, water utilities and academia.