The WaterMark Certification Scheme is a mandatory scheme for plumbing and drainage products of a certain type.
Certification ensures products are fit for purpose and appropriately authorised for use in plumbing and drainage installations. The Australian Building Codes Board administers and manages the Scheme.
This report represents the second phase of work and further investigates the methods for sizing sanitary plumbing and drainage systems used within Australia.
On 9 June 2023, Building Ministers approved the ABCB Business Plan for 2023-24.
Contains answers to frequently asked questions about lead free plumbing products.
This notice provides direction on the requirement for annual factory inspections for Lead Free WaterMark certified products.
This notice provides direction on the mandatory marking requirements of certain plumbing products which have been manufactured to meet the Lead Free requirements outlined in clause A5G4(2) of NCC 2
This notice provides direction on the material to be used in the manufacture of plumbing products, which contain copper alloy and are intended for use in contact with drinking water, to achieve com
This notice provides direction on the certification transition arrangements for the lead free requirements for plumbing products, as outlined in NCC 2022 Volume Three.
This document contains a list of plumbing and drainage products that are excluded from the WaterMark Certification Scheme.
This document contains a list of plumbing and drainage products that are included in the WaterMark Certification Scheme. It also nominates the specification to which the products can be certified.
This Implementation Plan is a roadmap for the national transition to low lead plumbing products through NCC 2022.