For those who were unable to attend the 12th triennial World Plumbing Conference in Melbourne, Australia, last year, the presentations from the conference are available below.
During a packed three days, the “four pillars of plumbing” were explored: products, participation, protection and practices. The breakout sessions included presentations on Legionella management, women in plumbing, backflow prevention and fire protection.
Be sure to catch up on what you missed.
Carol Grossman | Australias Water Efficiency Labelling and Standards (WELS) Scheme
Dr. Steve | Intelligent Plumbing Evolution of Caroma Smart Command
Vikram Singh | Renewable Hydrogen, Hydrogen Park SA
Phil Woolhouse | Piping Systems Destined for Failure
James Ellery | Domestic Hydrogen Appliances for Decarbonising Heat In the UK
Emelia Addo | Standards for the Hydrogen Economy
Silva Afonso | The New European Unified Label for Water and Energy Efficiency 0f Products
Vanessa Robinson | Community Safety
Yvonne Singer | Tap Water Scalds in Australia and New Zealand
Tan Wee Teck | Singapore Plumbing Society
Hans Kaufmann | Swiss Training Models and How We Attract Instructors
Hutchinson And Funston | The Importance of Quality Plumbing Training in Australia Considering the Implications On Global Health
Lea Smith | Compliance Through Accountability
Martin Sawyers | The 3 Key Concerns of Regulators
Justine Ross | National Strategic Plan for Asbestos Awareness and Management
Cara Reil | Training for Today and Tomorrow
A S Dumalay | Practices In Plumbing and Attainment of Sustainable Development Goals
Lynne Jack | Research and New Knowledge Supporting The Four Pillars of Plumbing
Markus Lenger | Wastewater Management Inspiring an Environmental Revolution
Peter DeMarco | Advocating for Water Efficiency, Safety and Research
Rosie Wheen | Water Aid Australia