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What does the term WaterMark Approved mean?

The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) manages and administers the national WaterMark Certification Scheme, which requires some types of plumbing and drainage products to be certified and authorised for use in a plumbing or drainage installation. This mandatory testing ensures that all WaterMarked products are fit for purpose, and held to high Australian health and safety standards. Examples of products that require approval include hot water systems, toilets and sanitary ware, tapware, recycled water systems, and any product that comes into contact with drinking water, including fixtures, valves, pipes and fittings. For these items, registered plumbers are required by law to only use WaterMarked products in their installations, and consumers should also look out for these markings to protect themselves from poor quality or unsafe products. You can tell if a product has been approved for Australian use by looking for the WaterMark logo, and the ABCB database can be used to look up products.


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