UL An Official Certifier For Fabric Sustainability

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NSF International Offers Certified Greenhouse Farmers Certification

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Glen Raven Custom Fabrics Reinforces NSF/ANSI 336 Sustainability Assessment

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Pipe Lining Product Certified To NSF/ANSI 61

Aqualiner Limited’s new water pipe lining product Rembrandt has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification, Trenchless Technology reports. The certification means the Rembrandt product meets standards for products used in US drinking water system components.

GAF Roofing Receives EPD

GAF Materials Corp. received NSF-ISO compliant Type III Environmental Product Declarations for its EverGuard TPO and EverGuard Extreme roofing products. GAF also holds health product declarations (HPDs) for EverGuard TPO roofing and EnergyGuard Polyiso insulation products.

Microvi Receives Standard 61 Certification

Microvi Biotechnologies has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification for its MicroNiche Engineered catalysts for drinking water applications including nitrate treatment, confirming the catalysts’ safety for a wide range of drinking water applications. The Water Quality Association awarded the NSF/ANSI certification through its Gold Seal Certification program.

NeoTech Achieves NSF/ANSI Standard 61

NeoTech Aqua Solutions has achieved NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification, confirming that all materials used in the company’s line of UV water treatment systems comply with the NSF’s requirements for drinking water systems.

LiqTech International Membranes Certified

LiqTech International silicon carbide membranes have been certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 61, approving the membranes for use in drinking water systems. LiqTech’s production facility has also been successfully audited by NSF, Filtration & Separation reports.

Centennial Plastics Company Earns Certification

Centennial Plastics is the first company to earn certification to NSF/ANSI Standard 358-1: Polyethylene Pipe and Fittings for Water-Based Ground-Source “Geothermal” Heat Pump Systems. NSF International awarded Centennial the certification verifying that the company’s CenFuse geothermal pipes meet minimum performance and safety requirements.

Sonical Water Conditioner Certified

Go Green Global Technologies Corp.’s Sonical Water Conditioner, a scale elimination and bacterial control product, has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certification. The standard establishes minimum requirements for the control of potential adverse human health effects from products that contact drinking water.

ETS Certified For System Components

ETS, a wholly owned subsidiary of Neptune-Benson, is certified as compliant to NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Drinking Water System Components – Health Effects for their ultraviolet drinking water systems. The standard sets the minimum health effects requirements for materials, components, products or systems that contain drinking water treatment chemicals or both. For example, the standard ensures that Read More »

Pulsair Systems Product Certified

Pulsair Systems announced that its potable water mixing systems are now National Sanitation Foundation Certified. NSF International tested and certified Pulsair’s stainless steel sanitary mixing equipment to NSF/ANSI Standard 61, and the equipment is now approved for installation in all sizes of potable water storage tanks and water reservoirs.

QED Air Strippers Certified To NSF/ANSI 61

QED Environmental Systems, a TestAmerica company, said its E-Z Tray Air Strippers have earned certification under the NSF/ANSI Standard 61: Drinking Water System Components – Health Effects. QED manufactures air-powered pumping systems for groundwater sampling, remediation and landfill liquids management.

Membrane Complies With Drinking Water Standard

Lanxess announced that its Lewabrane membrane elements, for water treatment using reverse osmosis, comply with the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for health-related implications of drinking water system components. NSF has certified that all brackish water membrane elements offered by Lanxess are safe for use in the treatment of drinking water.

Water Treatment Technology Gets Certified

Advantageous Systems (ADS) has received final NSF/ANSI Standard 61 Certification for its ADS Arsenic Absorbent Filter Water Treatment Technology. The patent-pending technology can remove arsenic selectively from potable water and embed it in a solid matrix without producing sludge or needing backwashes, ADS says.

LucidPipe Power System NSF Certified

LucidPipe Power System in-conduit hydroelectric turbines are now NSF Certified, manufacturer Lucid Energy has announced. The LucidPipe 42-inch and 24-inch turbines were tested and certified by NSF International to NSF/ANSI Standard 61 and are now approved for installation in potable water systems.

Aqua-Jet Aerator Approved

The Aqua-Aerobic Systems Aqua-Jet aerator model SS-PW has received NSF 61 approval for potable water applications. UL conducted the audit. The Aqua-Jet can help municipalities comply with the 80µg/l locational running annual average limit specified in the EPA Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule through air stripping, the company said.

NSF International Certifies PetroLuxus And AquaLuxus

NSF International has certified the PetroLuxus and AquaLuxus product lines of Planet Resource Recovery, Inc, to be safe and non-toxic according to NSF/ANSI 60: Drinking Water Treatment Chemicals – Health Effects. Both product lines received toxicology testing, and the manufacturing facility underwent an inspection and audit, Planet Resource Recovery said.

Adhesives Manufacturer H.B. Fuller Company

Adhesives manufacturer H.B. Fuller Company has received NSF/ANSI Standard 61 – Drinking Water System Components – Health Effects certification for its two-part polyurethane adhesives for spiral wound membrane bonding for liquid filtration applications. Its products, UR3577 and UR3577LV, also are in compliance with California’s Health & Safety Code Section 116875, commonly known as AB1953, and Read More »

NSF International Developing Category Rule

NSF International, in cooperation with the Glass Association of North America’s float glass manufacturing division, is developing a Product Category Rule for flat and float glass. The PCR will cover sheet glass, plate glass, rolled glass and float glass used in a range of architectural, auto and decorative applications. The rule will provide a science-based Read More »