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Latest InkWELS newsletter

Posted on: October 3rd, 2019 by Petra

Latest InkWELS newsletter Members have raised concerns regarding increased compliance costs by requiring a separate registration for tapware based on the colour of the tapware even if it is the same model. WELS has included an article in their latest newsletter about this issue stating that there is no fee payable for registering a variant.

Overview of a successful General Meeting and Industry Forum in Shanghai

Posted on: July 22nd, 2019 by Petra

The key focus of this General Meeting was to discuss the next step in the journey towards reducing lead exposure in our environment and plumbing products. SEE PHOTOS AND OVERVIEW OF THE MEETING

PPI Group July 2019 E-Newsletter

Posted on: July 22nd, 2019 by Petra

PPI Group’s July 2019 e-newsletter. Shanghai update.

PPI Group April 2019 E-Newsletter

Posted on: April 30th, 2019 by Petra

PPI Group’s April 2019 e-newsletter. What to do next on the road to “lead-free” plumbing?

What to do next on the road to “lead-free” plumbing?

Posted on: April 23rd, 2019 by Petra

PPI Group’s Management Committee has agreed on reviewing the “Lead in Drinking Water Position Paper” in particular being addressed: the transition requirements and dealing with products already in the market place a detailed explanation of what is meant by “wetted surface area” as required in the US how this may affect different products available in […]

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December 2021 – PPI Group e-newsletter

Lead Free Requirements for certain plumbing products The ABCB has recently released a WaterMark Advisory Notice to provide advice to WaterMark Certification Scheme stakeholders about the forthcoming limitation to the allowable content of lead in certain plumbing products. Download a copy of the December 2021 PPI Group E-Newsletter

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Lead in plumbing products in contact with drinking water (Volume Three)

In 2018, the ABCB commissioned Macquarie University to undertake a literature review on the extent plumbing products and materials contribute to lead levels in excess of those permitted by the NCC. The report identified that the most likely source of lead in drinking water at the outlet was from the installation of copper alloy plumbing […]

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