Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria
Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria is a Victorian Government statutory authority that promotes safe, healthy and sustainable outcomes through an efficient and effective plumbing regulatory system. Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria administer the licensing and registration system for plumbers, and promote and enforce plumbing standards across Victoria.
Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria News
25,000 plumbing practitioners in Victoria
19.03.2013 - The number of licensed or registered plumbing practitioners in Victoria has crossed 25,000, according to new Victorian Plumbing Industry Commission data.
Plumbers awarded for commitment to further learning at PIC training awards
15.03.2012 - Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria gave away the Plumbing Industry Training Awards (PITAs) to Victorian plumbing practitioners, who were recognised for bringing new levels of professionalism and se
Plumbing Industry Commissioner says plumbing practitioners must be licensed or registered
02.02.2012 - The Plumbing Industry Commission Victoria requires all plumbing practitioners to be licensed or registered with the Commission in a particular class or type of plumbing work before they can carry out
Questions and Answers about this supplier
Who is responsible for repair of a broken sewer pipe that services 2 units if the area of broken pipe and repairs required is located within the boundaries of unit 2 and the cause of the broken pipe is from tree roots from trees backing onto unit 2 from parkland owned by council. (Trees causing the broken pipes are nowhere near boundaries of unit 1) Unit 1 has no issues as the result of the broken pipe at this stage.
23.04.2014 - The property owner is responsible for any repairs to their drain. In a situation of a shared drain or combined drain the property owners
I had installed recently an 8 split system air-conditioners to one of our mental health facilities, the drain hoses from these units is not connected to a waste water pipe. So water just runs on to the ground, is this OK?
19.02.2014 - Condensate drains from split system air-conditioners may discharge in the following manner.