Membership applications and information

As a stakeholder in the Australian plumbing market, would you like to further your passion for quality plumbing products and become part of a dynamic association, building the future, and make things happen?

Why should you become a member and get involved with the PPI Group?

The PPI Group works to strengthen relationships and networks across the association and the industry, representing the views and needs of our members within the environments that impact on our members’ business in such areas as:

Standards Development
– PPI Group is a leading advocate of quality standards and an active participant in national forums and discussions with ABCB Committee, WELS Advisory Group, Standards Australia, World Plumbing Council, on major issues which impact on the members operating environment including:

  • National Construction Code/Plumbing Code of Australia
  • Standards Australia
  • Standards Development Public Portal
  • Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards (WELS) Scheme
  • WaterMark Certification Scheme

Lobbying – PPI Group has developed an important relationship with the current Australian Government and several state jurisdictions and will continue to ensure we are heard as an industry group and are where we need to be to deliver real outcomes for our membership.

Document accessibility – As a member of the PPI Group you will receive a login portal to access important and confidential documents, board papers, discussion- and submission papers, regarding i.e. WaterMark Point of Sale Feasibility, WELS Review, Standards Australia, IGA Inter Government Agreement), and Plumbing Codes Committee.

Collaboration – PPI Group forges and improves relationships and is open to strategic and collaborative initiatives.

Accreditation & Certification
– PPI Group promotes and encourages a method of industry accreditation and certification for products manufactured, imported or distributed that is recognised by, acceptable to and overviewed by regulatory bodies and organisations globally with a focus on both WaterMark Certification and WELS.

Special Interest Groups
– Members participate within the Special Interest Groups to ensure a collaborative framework is implemented to deliver specific and real outcomes for the following sectors:

  • Hydronics heated water
  • Taps valves showers
  • Sanitary ware
  • Vacuum drainage systems

We hope to welcome you to a great organisation. Annual membership subscription rates are based on the number of employees in the company/organisation, with 10% GST to be added.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the membership department should you need more information about PPI Group, membership, or Special Interest Groups, or send us your application form and become involved today!

PPI Group Brochure (2452 downloads)
PPI Group Membership application form (54 downloads)
Rules PPI Group (27 downloads)
Copyright & Disclaimer (2047 downloads)
Members Privacy (2938 downloads)

PPI Group

Latest News

Standards Australia E-newsletter – October 2018 edition

Please view the latest Standards Australia E-Newsletter here. Standards Australia’s 2018 Annual Review is now available on their website. Here you will find the milestones, contributions, production numbers of the last 12 months, together with their financial report for the last financial year.

Read More
PPI Group October 2018 E-Newsletter

Out now! PPI Group’s October 2018 e-newsletter. Registration for the 2019 World Plumbing Conference is now open. Don’t supply products with expired registrations. Plan ahead for your NCC 2022 proposals. What’s the link between WaterMark and the PCA?

Read More
Standards Australia E-Newsletter – September 2018 edition

Please view the latest Standards Australia e-newsletter here. Standards Australia is encouraging proposals for National Construction Code (NCC) 2022 to be submitted as soon as possible. For those interested in plumbing, Standards Australia has extended the deadline for the AS/NZS 3500 series to be referenced in NCC 2022.

Read More
X
Member Login
| Lost Password?