What it means to be a Master Plumber
What is a ‘Master’? According to the Cambridge Dictionary, a Master can be many things: Noun...Read More
Free Master Plumbers Network GOLD MEMBERSHIP for PlumbChat subscribers
AS GOOD AS GOLD!! Get a FREE Master Plumbers Network GOLD MEMBER account and a free set of GOLD...Read More
The 3S Tradie Sales Course Hosted By Molokini Consulting
Flat Rate NOW is excited to announce that we will be at Molokini Consulting’s 3S Tradie Sales...Read More
Part One – Upfront Pricing Isn’t Magic, It’s Science and Consistency Podcast
The Site Shed has just released the first of a series of podcasts on Upfront Pricing Isn’t Magic,...Read More
Enter VTM Valves’ Monster Giveaway/Getaway Promotion
Setup an account at VTM Valves and spend a minimum of $500+GST before 5pm on 30th June 2019, to go into the draw on 12th July 2019Read More
Happy World Plumbing Day 2019
The Plumbing industry plays a major role in the health and safety of modern society. Albert...Read More
Jetter Injuries and Valentines Day
Jetter Injuries Increasing Jetter Injuries This year has started poorly with the large amount of...Read More
Protecting Sydney’s water security: Desalination plant activated
To secure Sydney’s water supply during the drought, Sydney Water has today confirmed with the Sydney Desalination Plant that the plant is re-starting operations.
Today total dam storage levels have fallen below 60%, following a record dry spell over 2018. That’s the Metropolitan Plan trigger for re-starting the plant.
The plant has delivered water into Sydney Water’s water network before, from 2010 to 2012, in response to the Millennium drought.
Sydney Desalination Plant’s Chief Executive Officer, Keith Davies, said the plant will help ease the strain on Sydney’s water supply.
Fatbergs can happen in Sydney
Sydney residents are being reminded about the impact of ‘fatbergs’ following the shocking vision overnight of a 64 metre-long fatberg found in a UK sewer. Watch the footage Fatbergs can cost millions to remove each year.This...Read More
Female Leader Awarded for Achievements as a Business Woman in the Construction Industry
Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) executive director Penny Cornah has been awarded the ADCO Constructions Award for Achievement as a Business Woman at the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Queensland AwardsRead More
Victoria building smarter, more energy efficient homes
The Victorian Government has announced three building companies will develop energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable homes for sale in Melbourne’s high-growth suburbs. Minister for Energy Lily D’Ambrosio has recently...Read More
Call for shake-up of Australia’s residential solar water heating industry
Australians require access to better quality and more reasonably-priced solar hot water systems if uptake is to increase, according to Murdoch University senior lecturer Dr Tania Urmee. A paper published by a research team led...Read More
Tradies urged to protect their hearing against risk of permanent hearing loss from industrial noise
Tradies across the country are at risk of developing permanent hearing loss due to noise hazards on the job. Tradies are being urged to listen to the latest guidelines on how to protect their hearing health. It’s as simple as wearing hearing protection devices – at work and during leisure time.Read More
September 2013 Newsletter
New Month, New Survey! PlumbNews and PlumbViews summary, new links added to the site for September, Wanted postings and more!Read More
THE RIGHT PE-X FOR YOU
PE-X piping has revolutionised the way potable water can be delivered but with such a vast array of products on the market – how do you decide which system to use? Plumbing Connection takes a closer look at the market and the products availableRead More
Wastewater system upgrades for the Sutherland Shire
Minister for Finance and Services Andrew Constance has today announced plans to improve wastewater systems in Kurnell and nearby areas after issues experienced by customers last month. Following a period of heavy rain over the weekend of 29 and 30 June, the vacuum wastewater system malfunctioned due to high volumes of stormwater entering the systemRead More
July 2013 eNewsletter
This month I’m preparing for another marathon with my wife Kay and daughter Sophia.
Please read inside for information on how you can help us raise money for Can Too / Cure Cancer Australia.
Update for customers in Kurnell, Sylvania Waters, Bonnet Bay and Bundeena
You may have seen or heard about the recent situation in Kurnell, Sylvania Waters, Bonnet Bay and Bundeena. Late Monday, the vacuum sewerage system that serves those areas malfunctioned due to flooding and stormwater as a result of the heavy rain we’ve been experiencing over the last week. Unfortunately, some customers have been impacted byRead More
Property installations begin for Bargo wastewater scheme
Property owners in Bargo are one step closer to connecting to the Bargo Wastewater Scheme with work now underway to install wastewater equipment on their properties. Member for Wollondilly, Jai Rowell was joined on Friday by Sydney Water’s Growth Program Manager, Susan Trousdale at Mrs Belinda Klasen’s property in Hawthorne Road to mark the nextRead More
Legionella Webinar Recording
A recording of “Legionella: An Update for Building Operators, Engineers, and Water Treaters” can be viewed free of charge at www.hcinfo.com. The webinar was presented by Matt Freije on May 16th.
Freije discussed current issues related to Legionnaires’ disease prevention, ASHRAE 188P, HACCP water plans, and Legionnaires’ related lawsuits.