Collaborating with our members, industry professionals and global counterparts, we leverage the latest insights and technology, enabling us to educate on the best practice, installation and use of plastic pipeline systems.
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.
The Supply Chain Sustainability School have produced with the support of PIPA a short e-learning module explaining what “Sustainable Procurement” means. The module steps you through the concept and relevance of ISO 20400 to Australian businesses. This includes a case study using Australian manufactured plastic pipe, which will assist you to make Sustainable Procurement decisions that maximums positive impacts now and into the future.
Plastic pipes and fittings have transformed the way we live, delivering essential services and utilities to our homes and communities.
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.
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“An introduction to Sustainable Procurement e-learning module” takes around 20 minutes and is free after registration.
Our industry is committed to responsible sourcing of materials and PIPA is committed to continuing improvement in all aspects of our industry’s environmental performance.Sign up and complete the module