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Upcoming General Meeting and Industry Forum 26 May 2019 in Shanghai

Posted on: April 23rd, 2019 by Petra

The PPI Group General Meeting and Industry Forum will be held on 26 May 2019 at Neoperl’s new Shanghai offices. It will start with the PPI Group meeting in the morning from 10am to 12noon, followed by a lunch. The Industry Forum will commence at 1pm. The following quest speakers will present at the forum: […]

Latest InkWELS e-newsletter, Issue 1, 2019

Posted on: March 18th, 2019 by Petra

WELS save Australians over $1 billion a year on utility bills.

PPI Group’s February 2019 E-Newsletter

Posted on: February 27th, 2019 by Petra

PPI Group’s February 2019 e-newsletter. PPI Group meets the Hon Steve Irons MP, and attended a meeting with Building Minister’s Forum.

Update on WASSUP Diepsloot report 2019

Posted on: February 27th, 2019 by Petra

Since its founding in 2008, WASSUP (Water, Amenities, Sanitation Services, Upgrading Program) Diepsloot, has worked against extraordinary odds to improve water and sanitation services in Extension 1, Diepsloot township, Johannesburg. Download the newest report here!

Mark your diaries! PPI Group Ordinary General Meeting – 4 April 2019

Posted on: January 29th, 2019 by Petra

PPI Group Ordinary General Meeting is coming up on 4 April 2019 at 1.30, to be held at the offices of Standards Australia, 20 Bridge Street in Sydney. Please contact Mr Stuart Henry to register your attendance.

PPI Group

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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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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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