Leaching of metals from household taps—new report
A newly released scientific report sheds further light on leaching of metals from household taps in New Zealand. For some time now, Master Plumbers ha...
Updates from Master Plumbers and the wider industry.
A new government subsidy will provide $1,000 per month to the employer for a first-year apprentice, and $500 per month for up to eight months for a second-year apprentice. It applies to both new and existing apprentices.
Whilst we remain in the COVID-19 Alert Level 4 at this stage, the Government has provided more detail of what Alert Level 3 will look like to help bus...
In the fast evolving COVID-19 Level 4 lockdown situation, there is confusion about what constitutes essential plumbing, gasfitting or drainlaying work. If your business is still open, you are probably fielding some difficult calls. We've put together some tips to help.
Hutt Gas and Plumbing took out the prestigious Master Plumber of the Year Award at the 2018 New Zealand Plumbing Awards, held at Claudelands in Hamilton on Friday 23 March.
Standards Australia has announced that a new edition of AS/NZS 3000:2018 (the ‘wiring rules’) is expected to be published in March.
The country’s leading trades organisation has refuted any suggestion that subcontractors contributed to the challenges facing Fletcher Construction.
A recently released draft amendment to the caravan installation code seeks to standardise compliance plate requirements across New Zealand and Australia.
On 1 December the rules for managing hazardous substances in the workplace moved from the HSNO Act to the Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA).
The New Zealand Business Number (NZBN) is a unique number used to identify a business.
Reports of failed components in continuous flow water heaters led the LPG Association some years ago to investigate what contaminant had caused the failure.
Master Plumbers is supporting the Specialist Trade Contractors Federation (STCF) in its call for urgent Government action to review current legislation governing quality standards in New Zealand.
Master Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers NZ support one of our members calling for greater government funding for apprenticeships.
Changes are coming for anyone working on or connecting to Auckland's public water and wastewater infrastructure.
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