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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 document contains a list of plumbing and drainage products that are excluded from the WaterMark Certification Scheme.

This notice provide directions to WaterMark Certification Scheme stakeholders on compliance with the requirements of AS/NZS 4020:2018.

Notice

This notice is to provide direction on the certification transition arrangements for the lead free requirements for plumbing products, as outlined in NCC 2022 Volume Three.

Notice

This notice is to provide 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 achiev

Notice

This corrigendum changes expiry dates contained in NCC 2019 and NCC 2019 Amendment 1 relevant to some NCC referenced documents.

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This toolkit contains a variety of written and visual resources for stakeholders to share information about the WaterMark Certification Scheme across media and communication channels.

In Australia, most plumbing and drainage products must be WaterMark certified. The WaterMark means that products are safe, fit for purpose and suitable for use.

In Australia, most plumbing and drainage products must be WaterMark certified. The WaterMark means that products are safe, fit for purpose and suitable for use.

In Australia, most plumbing and drainage products must be WaterMark certified. The WaterMark means that products are safe, fit for purpose and suitable for use.

In Australia, most plumbing and drainage products must be WaterMark certified. The WaterMark means that products are safe, fit for purpose and suitable for use.

In Australia, most plumbing and drainage products must ne WaterMark certified. The WaterMark means that products are safe, fit for purpose and suitable for use.

This resource has been developed to provide guidance on how plumbing regulations work in Australia.

In this video we discuss the process of WaterMark certification and who is responsible for this process.

This notice is to provide clarification on achieving a compliant solution for a flushing cistern with optional top or bottom cistern inlet valve connections.

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This Implementation Plan is a roadmap for the national transition to low lead plumbing products through NCC 2022.

The 2020-2023 Business Plan is a reflection of the ABCB's commitment to implementing the regulatory reform agenda agreed by Governments.

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This Notice provides advice about the forthcoming limitation to the allowable content of lead in certain plumbing products.

Notice

This Deed, completed by the developers of a WMTS, provides confirmation to the Administering Body that all intellectual property rights within the WMTS are assigned to the ABCB.

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This video explores the purpose and operation of the WaterMark Certification Scheme for plumbing and drainage products.