In accordance with Clause 5(c) of the Australian Competition Consumer Commission (ACCC) approved Trade Mark Rules, from time to time the Australian Building Codes Board will issue Notices for maintaining the integrity, validity and ownership of the WaterMark trade mark. The Trade Mark Rules are available at Appendix 1 of the Manual for the WaterMark Certification Scheme.
The Notices of Direction forms an extension of the ACCC approved Trade Mark Rules. Relevant stakeholders must comply with the current Notices of Direction, as detailed below:
WaterMark Notices of Direction
This Notice provides advice about the forthcoming limitation to the allowable content of lead in certain plumbing products.
Notice of Direction 2017/4.3 The intent of this notice is to provide direction on the eligibility of using two standards or specifications on one WaterMark licence.
Notice of direction 2016/4.0 The intent of this notice is to provide direction on the requirements for off-site prefabricated plumbing modules, such as ‘bathroom pods’, including the content of Wat
Notice of Direction 2018/4.0 The purpose of this notice is to provide clarification on the certification of sanitary pumps and lifting stations.
Notice of Direction 2018/1.0 The intent of this notice is to provide direction on the evolution requirements for tank types that are not listed on the WaterMark Schedule of Products, i.e.
Notice of Direction 2017/3.1 The intent of this notice is to provide direction on the transition arrangements following implementation of the improved WaterMark Certification Scheme on 1 August 201