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Standards Australia E-newsletter – January 2019 edition

Posted on: January 29th, 2019 by Petra

Please view the latest Standards Australia E-Newsletter here.

PPI Group December 2018 E-Newsletter

Posted on: December 14th, 2018 by Petra

PPI Group’s December 2018 e-newsletter. Expressions of Interest required! We are planning the PPI Group General Meeting in conjunction with KBC 2019 Kitchen & Bath China!

Latest InkWELS newsletter – Issue 3, 2018

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by Petra

Chinese language fact sheets now available. The fact sheets are to help manufacturers based in China understand how to register and label WELS products that will be sold in Australia. READ MORE

Standards Australia E-newsletter – November 2018 edition

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by Petra

Please view the latest Standards Australia E-Newsletter here. Digital Standards Pilot for AS/NZS 3500.2:2018.

Expression of interest – PPI Group General Meeting & KBC 2019

Posted on: December 10th, 2018 by Petra

Following the October 2018 PPI General Meeting proposal to hold a PPI Group General Meeting in conjunction with the KBC 2019, Kitchen & Bath China, Asia’s leading kitchen and bathroom trade show to be held from 27th through to 30th May 2019 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, it was agreed that the preferred date […]

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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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