WPC Past Chairman joins IAPMO 16 Feb 2009
Past Chairman of WPC (2002-2005), Stuart Henry, has joined the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) as Managing Director of IAPMO R&T Oceania based in Melbourne, Australia.
Water and sanitation paper presented 16 Feb 2009
WPC Chairman Robert Burgon presented a paper “Water and Sanitation - Don’t Forget the Plumbing” at an international workshop in Edinburgh, Scotland earlier this year.
UK body receives royal charter 16 Feb 2009
The UK’s Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering, a founder member of WPC, has been granted a Royal Charter.
Presentation to Solomon Islands school 16 Feb 2009
The World Plumbing Council, together with The Plumbing Industry Commission of Victoria, Australia earlier this year presented training aids to the School of Industrial Development in the Solomon Islands.
Past WPC chairman honoured 16 Feb 2009
Bob Kreutzer, former chairman of the World Plumbing Council was presented with the Council’s Distinguished Service Award at the World Plumbing Conference in Calgary.
Plumbing Education to Employment Programme (PEEP) 16 Feb 2009
Although plumbing is given utmost importance and treated as a highly technical profession in developed countries, in a developing country like India, the picture is altogether different.
WPC to support dry drains forum 16 Feb 2009
The World Plumbing Council has agreed to co-brand a seminar focusing on the issues of drain line performance which are being experienced in many parts of the world.
International Emerging Technology Symposium 16 Feb 2009
Organised jointly by the World Plumbing Council and WPC member organisation IAPMO, the International Emerging Technology Symposium was held in Chicago, USA in August 2008. The two-day event sought to highlight the world’s dwindling resources, the potential for a global water shortage and what can be done to tackle these issues.
IAPMO India 16 Feb 2009
WPC member organisation, the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) has opened a new office in Bangalore, India.
Health Aspects of Plumbing published in Chinese 16 Feb 2009
A Chinese language version of 'Health Aspects of Plumbing' (HAP) was recently published making this important document now accessible to those responsible for plumbing and health issues in the country with the largest population in the world.