The Australian Building Codes Board manages and administers the WaterMark certification scheme. In this section you will find information relating to the processes and organisations involved in the certification process. The operating structure, process and procedural requirements for the certification of plumbing and drainage products are outlined in the Manual for the WaterMark Certification Scheme.
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Having a plumbing or drainage solution WaterMark certified involves a few different steps and organisations. Here you can find out how products are certified.
Watermark Conformity Assessment Bodies evaluate and certify plumbing and drainage products. On this page you'll find out what WMCABs are responsible for in evaluating new products.
Want to find out how to become a WaterMark Conformity Assessment Body? You can find out how on this page.
Looking for a list of WaterMark Certification Scheme Approved Users or WaterMark Licenses? Find them here.
Technical Specifications are referenced in the WaterMark Schedule of Products. You can access all current WaterMark Technical Specifications here.
From time to time, the Australian Building Codes Board will issue Notices of Direction for maintaining the integrity, validity and ownership of the WaterMark trade mark.
Check the WaterMark Certification Scheme schedule of products to find out if your plumbing or drainage solution requires certification.
The Australian Building Codes Board maintains a list of plumbing and drainage products that are excluded from the WaterMark Certification Scheme.