Committees

ASPE STANDING COMMITTEES

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Education

The Education Committee shall include members representing each region and shall formulate a curriculum and other educational programs for the Society.

 

Legislative Committee

The Legislative Committee shall assemble information and material to be used to clarify or resolve matters pertaining to codes, ordinances, and legislation. The Legislative Committee shall provide its advisory services to chapters, other associations, and government agencies involved in writing or enacting codes and legislation.

Membership Committee

The Membership Committee shall aid the chapters in the retention and recruiting of new members. The committee shall review and comment on all retention and recruitment materials to be used by the Society; shall help plan local, regional, and national membership recruitment drives; and shall be responsible for the preparation and maintenance of a chapter membership retention and recruitment program.

 

Technical and Research Committee

The Technical and Research Committee shall formulate a program to advance the technical skills, qualifications, and proficiencies of Society members and provide appropriate research in the field of plumbing engineering.

 

Convention and Exposition Committee

The Convention and Exposition Committee shall be responsible for planning and coordinating the Society's Conventions and coordinating the Convention and Engineered Plumbing Exposition.

 

Technical Symposium Committee

The Technical Symposium Committee shall be responsible for planning and coordinating the Society's Technical Symposia.

 

Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook Committee

The PEDH Committee shall be responsible for coordinating the material to be published in the PEDH.

 

Long-range Planning Committee

The Long-range Planning Committee shall make the necessary studies to prepare for, and recommend to the board of directors, long-range planning on the aims and activities of the Society that, in the opinion of the committee, would affect the future welfare and growth of the Society.

 

Bylaws Committee

The Bylaws Committee shall consist of full members representing each region and shall be responsible for review of the Society's Bylaws and propose changes to the board.

 

Finance Committee

The Finance Committee shall recommend fiscal policy, prepare the annual budget, establish investment objectives, and perform long-range fiscal planning.


Nominating Committee

The Nominating Committee shall oversee the preparation and submittal of the material for each individual chosen to run for the Society's board of directors, shall attest to the accuracy of the information provided, and shall prepare a summary biography for distribution to the membership and the delegates.


Credentialing Committee

The Credentialing Committee shall oversee the development, implementation, and monitoring of ASPE’s credentialing activities. The committee shall oversee and assist the Certified in Plumbing Design (CPD) Certification Sub-Committee, Certified Plumbing Design Technician (CPDT) Certification Sub-Committee, and Green Plumbing Design (GPD) Certificate Program Sub-Committee. Credentialing Committee members must hold at least one of ASPE’s credentials and maintain an active status within that program. Credentialing Committee members are prohibited from organizing or instructing CPD and CPDT review courses.

 

ADDITIONAL ASPE COMMITTEES

Design Standards Committee

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Working Groups

  • Hot Water Temperature Control
    Scope: The development of consensus requirements for the control of hot water in a water distribution system. The standard should identify the temperature limitations, range of temperature, and acceptable means of controlling the temperature of hot water. Flexibility of design will be included in the design requirements.
  • Water Pipe Sizing
    Scope: The development of consensus requirements for the sizing of various water distribution systems. The standard should identify the various methodologies for sizing a water distribution system, identifying the limiting parameters based on the selected method. Specific design limitations should be quantified, including flow velocity, flow rates for various fixtures, and pressure limitations.
  • Venting Systems
    Scope: The development of consensus requirements for the various venting methods that can be used in a plumbing system. The standard will identify all of the venting methods that have proven to be successful in a plumbing drainage system plus the method for engineering the design of a venting system.