There are at least 650,000 known lead pipes in Ohio that deliver polluted drinking water. Ohio has the second highest number in the nation, next to Illinois.
Heat and Frost Insulators News and Events
Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) official press release:
Spring Hill, Tenn.—Despite the cold temperature and strong wind, more than 150 participants turned out at San Antonio’s South Side Lions Park on December 11 for Fishing Lines at Christmas Time—the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance’s (USA) first holiday-themed youth fishing event.
As the country comes to grips with the reality of climate change, energy efficiency becomes increasingly essential to infrastructure. Mechanical insulation will play a critical role in that transformation. The efforts to better insulate America’s buildings will lead to unprecedented demand for Mechanical Insulators, spurring the growth of apprenticeships.
International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers General President Gregory T. Revard joined the America’s Work Force Union Podcast on Veterans Day to discuss opportunities available for veterans through the HFIAW’s registered apprenticeship program.
Clean energy is the future. As we move towards a carbon neutral energy economy, millions of new jobs will be created — and many will be unionized.
Insulators Union General President Gregory T. Revard released the following statement on the inclusion of mechanical insulation tax incentives in President Biden's Build Back Better framework and U.S. House legislation:
The HFIAW Local 53 (New Orleans) Pension Fund was the big winner in a recent lawsuit filed against an employer.
A major project in Kansas City will not only benefit airline travelers, but has created good paying jobs for members of the Insulators Union.
COVID-19 comes and goes, despite our hopes in early summer it was on its way out.