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Across a range of industries, from civil and domestic infrastructure to agriculture, mining and gas, plastic pipes and fittings play a critical role. They’re effective, efficient and safe. Robust and long-lasting, providing reliability now and into the future.
We work in partnership with Australia’s industry authorities and governments to advocate for the use of plastic pipes and fittings, sharing educational and technical insights, and where necessary to help change perceptions.
We know the opportunities created by plastic pipeline systems.
Established in 1998, APGA is the peak body representing Australasia’s pipeline infrastructure. While many members have a focus on gas transmission they are active in all aspects of the industry including transportation of other products, such as oil, water and slurry. Members include constructors, owners, operators, advisers, engineering companies and suppliers of pipeline products and services.
Established in 2008, Edge Environment is a specialist sustainability advisory company focussed on Asia-Pacific and the Americas with teams based in Australia, New Zealand and Chile.
Edge exists to help organisations create value from tackling one of world’s most fundamental challenges: creating truly sustainable economies and societies. Edge do this by combining science, strategy and storytelling in a way that gives organisations the confidence to take ambitious action, and do well by doing good.
Established in 2002, Green Building Council of Australia’s purpose is to lead the sustainable transformation of buildings, cities and communities, with a vision to create healthy, resilient and positive places. Launched by GBCA in 2003, Green Star is Australia’s largest voluntary and truly holistic sustainability rating system for buildings, fitouts and communities.
As the peak industry body for the irrigation industry, Irrigation Australia is represented regionally and is often the first point of call for comment on opinion on irrigation matters. Irrigation Australia advocates for its members and the irrigation industry and is at the communications forefront for the latest in irrigation matters. By lifting the professional development of the irrigation industry it assists in supporting the economic sustainability in Australia and its key activities in improving the efficient use of water.
Ensuring all infrastructure delivers social, cultural, environmental and economic benefits. This is ISC’s purpose underpinning our 5‑year strategy; with a vision of a positive future for people, planet and the economy. One of the many ways ISC delivers impact is through the IS Rating Scheme, a world‑leading certification standard aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The scheme measures impact and benchmarks sustainability performance across the life cycle of an infrastructure asset. Over $165 billion in infrastructure assets and civil projects have registered for an IS rating. ISC also supports the industry with capacity building, as well as advancing policy, standards and specifications that support the transition to a low carbon, resilient, inclusive infrastructure.
The Vinyl Council is the peak organisation representing the Australian PVC, or vinyl, value chain. It works to advance the sustainability of PVC products and the industry by advocating the responsible manufacture, use and disposal of PVC products and encouraging its members to implement product stewardship and Best Practice PVC manufacturing.
The Water Services Association of Australia is the peak industry body representing the urban water industry. Our members provide water and sewerage services to over 24 million customers in Australia and New Zealand and many of Australia’s largest industrial and commercial enterprises. Based around our vision of ‘customer driven, enriching life’, WSAA facilitates collaboration, knowledge sharing, networking and cooperation within the urban water industry. We are proud of the collegiate attitude of our members which has led to industry-wide approaches to national water issues.