Technology is changing quickly and smart plumbing is the future. The World Plumbing Conference (WPC 2016), taking place on 15 - 16 September in Cape Town, South Africa, provides the perfect platform for manufacturers and suppliers to showcase their new and developing technologies to the world.
Among the objectives upon which the World Plumbing Council was founded is promoting awareness of the plumbing industry’s role in protecting the environment by providing safe fresh water and sanitation through proper management, care, reuse and conservation of natural resources.
WORLD PLUMBING DAY | 11 MARCH
The United Nations declared 2005-2015 the International Decade for Action “Water for Life”, setting a world agenda that focuses increased attention on water-related issues. This initiative is of extraordinary importance in a world where preventable diseases related to water and sanitation claim the lives of about 3.1 million people per year, most of them children less than 5 years old. Of these,
World Plumbing Day is an international event, initiated by the World Plumbing Council (WPC), held annually on March 11. It recognises the important role plumbing plays in sanitation, health and hygiene.