Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc

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Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc
Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc is listed in the Pipe category in Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Displayed below are the social networks for Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

Contact information for Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc is:
183 Sitgreaves St
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
(908) 454-1161

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Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc has an overall ZapScore of 95. This means that Atlantic States Cast Iron Pipe Co Inc has a higher ZapScore than 95% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Phillipsburg, New Jersey is 30 and in the Pipe category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Amerex Fire Group had a great time sponsoring the Taste of Trussville in Alabama earlier this week! Attendees had the opportunity to sample food from all over Trussville, Alabama with live music and art demonstrations. A portion of the proceeds went towards the Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce's scholarship fund.


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Elevated levels of polyvinyl chloride from degrading PVC pipes and lead in a San Diego school may lead to statewide water testing in schools. (Via CALmatters)
When a therapy dog refused to drink at a San Diego grade school, it was the first clue that something was wrong with the water. Tests revealed why the pup turned up its nose—the presence of polyvinyl chloride, the polymer in PVC pipes that degrade over time. But further analysis found something else...


Dylan Boyle (CVO), Maria Shepard (CVO), Andy Kohler (CVO) and Mark Strasser (TYU) also spotted supporting twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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Team members of Tyler/Union (TU) team members bid a fond farewell to David Cleveland this summer. David retired from TU in Anniston, Alabama this summer after 40 years of service. That’s four decades! He began his career at TU (formerly Union Foundry) in 1976 as a draftsman in the sales department and later transferred to the engineering department in 1997. David was recognized as a meticulous engineer, but was also known for his green thumb and wood working abilities. Most everyone who knew David either had a plant he’d given them or a beautiful wood carving he’d made for them. He even grafted or crossbred some of the plants trying to create a special hybrid that he thought would be significant to the recipient. In addition to being an engineer, a horticulturist, a wood carver, and we’re now learning, a talented story teller, he was always known to fellow team members as a “lost child of the ‘70s.” That nickname came from a young engineer by the name of Steve Johnson who starting working at TU in 1997 under David’s guidance. As we know, Steve is now the General Manager at TU. We wish David the very best for a long and happy retirement. Or as they would say in the 70s, Keep on Truckin’ David. (Pictured L-R: David and Plant Manager Jon Pollard; David and General Manager Steve Johnson)

Whether it’s the plethora of rides or entertainment, varieties of food on a stick, or seeing sculptures made of butter, one thing is for certain, visitors won’t be bored at this year’s Iowa State Fair. The internationally-acclaimed 10 day event is the largest in Iowa, attracting over 1 million visitors from all over the world, paying tribute and celebrating the agricultural achievements of many in the Midwest. Every year, Clow Valve Company in Oskaloosa provides State Fair tickets to team members so they can enjoy the event with their families. There always seems to be something new to see and this year during her visit, HR Coordinator Breonna Nimtz spotted a Clow fire hydrant right outside the Fair Administration Building. It’s nice to know that we play a role in the single largest event in Iowa, should the need arise.


Elevated levels of polyvinyl chloride from PVC pipes and lead in SD school may lead to statewide water testing. twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

A major $3.4 million project to replace aging cast iron mains with ductile iron is underway between downtown Silver Spring, MD and the Capital Beltway. (Via Washington Post)
The utility work will close lanes during midday, weekends and some overnight hours.