Wednesday, 8 March 2017

When was the last time you gave your plumbing a second thought?

Most of us in our daily lives turn on the tap or flush the toilet without thinking about it, but without good plumbing we would be at the mercy of water-related diseases such as cholera, arsenicosis, bilharzia and typhoid. 
Water influences every aspect of our lives, it influences business, it influences industry, it influences politics and economics.
In developing countries, plumbing is either nonexistent or at best very basic. People suffer serious health consequences, and millions of people die as a result of lack of access to clean water and in effective sanitation.
According to the World Health Organisation, 1.1 billion people in the world do not have access to a safe, clean water supply and 2.6 billion people don’t enjoy the use of an effective sanitation system. The tragic result is that 3.1 million children die each year as a result of water-related diseases that could have been prevented if they’d only had access to basic facilities.
Reading this blog will perhaps make you think about how important plumbing and sanitation is in our lives, and perhaps that we should celebrate it? Well the good news is that you can.

Celebrated every year on March 11 each year, World Plumbing Day is an international event initiated by the World Plumbing Council that recognises the important role that plumbing plays in our health and safety.
World Plumbing Day is used as a means of raising awareness of the significant role which the plumbing industry plays in public health around the world. The day is intended to provide everyone with an opportunity to promote the important role played by the plumbing industry.
World Plumbing Day aims to fly the flag for the plumbing industry and you can get involved by:
If you need to find a local qualified and reputable plumber, you can use our search facility at The online database allows you to search via a number of criteria including postcode, town or by specific business name.
As well as offering high levels of customer service and workmanship as standard, APHC members are fully vetted with their work checked annually to uphold high standards of workmanship.

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