May 2016

Chocolate Pecan Pie

Healthy Eating

Did you know that like other minerals, copper is an essential micro-nutrient that our bodies need to function properly? Eating copper-rich foods like nuts, chocolate (a great combo in a chocolate pecan pie), raisins, and whole grains will keep you copper healthy!
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Installer training

Mad Skills

Working with copper can be challenging sometimes, but with the right training and know-how, you can be a master plumber, electrician, or engineer. That's why CDA offers a variety of informative seminars in architecture, plumbing, and electrical applications for professionals who want to learn and advance their careers.

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Grill knobs

Warm Up

Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: time to clean off the outdoor grill for some warm weather cooking. Copper tubing is a great choice for built-in gas grills in today's home. Read about the many advantages of using copper gas lines for the best fuel gas systems.
[Photo credit: Amanda Mills]

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5 Electrical Risks to Avoid This Season

With National Electrical Safety Month in May, CDA offers homeowners five tips for keeping their loved ones, and their property, safe from power outages, personal injuries and fires.
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Protect the Grid, Secure the Nation

As energy demands increase, the need for reliable and efficient energy systems grows as well. One threat facing these systems is cyber attacks and a need for security. Zolaikha Strong of CDA discusses this challenge in her article.
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Brass for North American Potable Water Applications: Value Chain Perspectives

Professional care has been deployed throughout the brass value chain to ensure that brass materials and components for drinking water applications are in compliance with lead-free requirements. This piece summarizes the North American regulatory landscape and reviews how producers and users of brass rod have adapted to meet new requirements.
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