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Study finds corrosive well water prevalent in half of U.S. states - Marketing Department

Half of U.S. states have a high prevalence of well water that’s corrosive enough to leach lead from pipes, according to a report published Wednesday by the Associated Press.

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   Post Date: 8/29/2016



INCMA 2016 Golf Outing - Marketing Department

August Mack will be attending the 2016 Indiana Cast Metals Association's Annual Golf Outing at Meshingomesia Country Club in ... 

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   Post Date: 8/26/2016



What Is OSHA Up To With New Modifications to the Injury and Illness Reporting Regulation? - Marketing Department

For many of us safety managers, the injury and illness reporting regulation (26 CFR 1904) modifications of 2014 are still fresh in our minds.

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   Post Date: 8/25/2016



A guide to sustainable manufacturing: Save money, attract consumers - Marketing Department

Making your business more environmentally sustainable is not only good for the environment, but can also lower utility bills, as well as make the workplace more efficient. Studies show consumers also seek out environmentally conscious companies.

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   Post Date: 8/24/2016



Reminder - Tomorrow's Webinar: A Rundown of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: What are they? How are they regulated? What can you do to help? - Marketing Department

Greenhouse Gas is a term used for a group of gaseous chemical compounds which are emitted to the atmosphere by various cycles and processes.

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   Post Date: 8/23/2016



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