Creating Happy, Healthy, and Hydrated Children in Northern Nevada

Urban Roots’ Farm Camp programs are outdoor garden-based week-long day camps designed to inspire excitement for learning. Farm Camp programs coincide with the Washoe County School District (Northern Nevada) breaks. During 35 hours in the outdoors, campers ages 5-15 delve into the basics of plant biology, animal care, and nutrition while planting, tending, harvesting, and […]

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Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water and the Installation of Emergency Eyewashes and Showers

SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT SUMMARY Since 1986, the Safe Drinking Water Act (“SDWA” or “the Act”) has prohibited the use of certain items that are not lead free, and since 1996 the Act has made it unlawful for anyone to introduce into commerce items that are not lead free. Section 1417(a)(1) prohibits the “use of […]

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Haws Introduces New Team Members and Announces Internal Promotions

Haws® Introduces New Team Members and Announces Internal Promotions [Sparks, Nevada USA] – Haws® is pleased to announce additions to our team as well as multiple internal promotions within various company departments. These additions are in support of Haws’ continued success in the emergency equipment and hydration industries. NEW TEAM MEMBERS: Rich Ferguson- Director of […]

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Haws Receives Safety 2017 Attendee Choice Award

  ISHN’s annual hands-on safety and health products and services awards – a complement to the Reader’s Choice Awards — are based on voting by attendees at the American Safety of Safety Engineers (ASSE) annual professional development conference.   Haws is proud to announce that our Tempered, Gravity-Fed, Portable Eyewash model 7501T is a winner […]

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Make Public Drinking Water Fountains Great Again

By Rapichan Phurisamban and Peter Gleick In February of 2017, the Pacific Institute released a white paper entitled Drinking Fountains and Public Health: Improving National Infrastructure to Rebuild Trust and Ensure Access, which highlighted the limited evidence of a link between illness and disease outbreaks and drinking fountains. The report found that most problems could be traced to contamination […]

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