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Every Day is Earth Day for Plumbing and Mechanical Professionals
Date:4/21/2010

The groundswell of support for sustainability is growing stronger all the time, and millions of people are devoted to improving conservation efforts worldwide. While all of these achievements are extremely beneficial, the construction industry has been developing ever more efficient solutions for decades, all with an eye on conserving resources without sacrificing quality, efficiency or cost. The International Code Council® applauds the dedication these professional have put forth to ensure Earth Day is part of their everyday jobs.

Whittier, CA (PRWEB) April 22, 2010 marks the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. From its inception, tens of millions of people have participated at the national and grassroots level, and support for this important event grows exponentially each year. With global warming and sustainability in general becoming more and more critical to the health of the planet and our future, plumbing and mechanical professionals have devoted themselves to improving the efficiency of natural resources used by the products they recommend and install. The International Code Council® is proud to support these professionals who are so clearly devoted to saving precious resources through ever improving technologies.

The construction industry overall has been well ahead of the “green” movement for decades and approaches every day as Earth Day. But, plumbing and mechanical professionals are particularly focused on solutions that conserve ever more of two of our greatest resources: water and energy.

Water conservation measures go well beyond fixing leaky faucets and installing low flow toilets (although these two solutions alone save millions of gallons of water each year). Organizations such as the International Code Council® develop building codes that are a tremendous resource for a variety of sustainable solutions. Their latest publication, the Public Vers
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