The Institute of Plumbing is represented by three distinct groups, namely, Plumbers, Merchants / Wholesalers and Manufacturers.
Their concern as a group is to work together as one in ensuring the best practice plumbing methods are used, the products are of a high standard and that plumber members are suitably trained to perform this task using compliant products and engineering.
The Institute exists for the interest of PLUMBING and through this the health and safety of all the people of South Africa as well as preserving the environment through water conservation and using our resources efficiently and effectively.
Whilst each group may have their own need to meet and discuss matters pertaining to their businesses, the Institute provides the platform to promote the practice of plumbing.
The Institute of Plumbing SA was established in 1989 after merging with (PASA) Plumbers Association of South Africa. The annual registration of plumbing contractors, manufacturers and merchants commenced shortly afterwards. IOPSA aim is to ensure that all members are registered on an annual basis.
IOPSA is a full member of the World Plumbing Council.
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