World Plumbing Council

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The World Plumbing Council is an international organization which aims to develop and promote the image and standards of the plumbing Industry worldwide.

Its mission statement is: "The mission of the World Plumbing Council is to unite the world plumbing industry to safeguard and protect the environment and the health of nations, for the benefit of all."[1]

The 8th World Plumbing Conference was staged in Calgary, Canada in September 2008.[2] The 11th World Plumbing Conference (2011) was held in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.[3]

World Plumbing Day announced as March 11, every year.[4]

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  1. ^ World Plumbing Council
  2. ^ World Plumbing Council - 8th World Plumbing Conference - Alberta, Canada
  3. ^ World Plumbing Council - 11th World Plumbing Conference - 2011 Edinburgh, United Kingdom, arranged by Chairman Robert Burgon, who is also Secretary of Scottish & Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers' Federation (SNIPEF) and Secretary of Plumbing Pensions (UK) Limited also based in Edinburgh
  4. ^ World Plumbing Day