Centered around the theme “Advancing Sustainable Construction Materials and Plumbing Systems for a Sustainable Future,” the event gathered stakeholders from across the construction and plumbing industries to develop a greener, smarter, safer and more efficient building environment for Indonesia.
Ferguson’s support, in addition to its annual $150,000 donation to DigDeep, includes Community Plumbing Challenge projects, a training program and the construction of restroom facilities within the Navajo Nation.
The app gives users constant access to their purchased code books and serves as a vehicle to contact the technical staff about any code questions, apply for technical committees or request information about the code development process.
The project’s initial focus will be the design and construction of a new public toilet and handwashing facility in the coastal village of Kampung Nelayan Untia, on the outskirts of Makassar, South Sulawesi.
The scope of the group is to develop recommendations and guidance to assist in the control and intervention of Legionella associated with mechanical systems and equipment, determine the methods available to address Legionella exposure risk to public health and safety, and explore related issues.