View the current approved materials lists or apply for inclusion to a list.
|Download approved materials PDF||Standard application definition|
|Stormwater (Gravity)||Stormwater network approved materials list [PDF, 2.2 MB]||All pipes and fittings on gravity flow sections of the stormwater drainage system.|
|Wastewater (Gravity)||Gravity wastewater approved materials list [PDF, 2.3 MB]||All pipes and fittings on gravity flow sections of the wastewater drainage system.|
|Wastewater (Pressure)||Pressure wastewater network approved materials list [PDF, 2.2 MB]||All pipes and fittings on pressure wastewater rising mains from pump stations. Fittings complying with the requirements for this application may be specified for stormwater rising mains also.|
|Wastewater (PSS)||Local pressure wastewater network approved materials list [PDF, 2 MB]||All pipes and fittings transporting wastewater from local pressure sewer system tanks to the discharge point on the gravity network.|
|Wastewater (Vacuum)||Vacuum wastewater network approved materials list [PDF, 2 MB]||All pipes and fittings transporting wastewater from vacuum collector/interceptor pits to the Vacuum Station.|
|Water supply (Pressure)||Water supply network approved materials list [PDF, 2.3 MB]||All pipes and fittings involved in the potable public water supply system reticulation networks.|
Send applications for material approval to firstname.lastname@example.org
Each application for material approval must:
1. State the network or networks where the material is suitable for use
2. State the product type for each product. Product types should be those listed on the approved materials list
3. List the brand name, manufacturer and suppliers for each product
4. Include a third-party certificate, complete with accompanying schedule, showing the product complies with the manufacturing standard for the product type as listed on the approved materials list.
5. Include a third-party certificate showing the manufacturer's quality assurance system complies with ISO 9001.
Material approvals expire on the earliest certification expiry date, that is whichever is earlier of the expiry dates of the manufacturing standard certification or the ISO 9001 certification. Where a certificate is open-ended and has no expiry date, we will assume a one-year timeframe for that certificate.
The approved materials committee aims to meet monthly for discussion and consideration of new applications. Approval of applications for existing product types, where the application includes all required information, typically occurs within one to five weeks dependent on when we receive the application relative to the meeting. Where we need more information or approval requires creation of a new product type, longer timeframes will be involved.
Approval expires when certifications become out of date. To re-activate the approval and extend the expiry date, send new manufacturing certificates (including schedules) and/or ISO 9001 certificates to email@example.com
Updates do not require a committee meeting and therefore have shorter periods. Publishing the updated approved materials list to the Council website occurs on the last day of every month except December. For inclusion in the updated approved materials list new certificates must arrive a minimum of three working days before the end of the month.
Preferably, updates should occur before approval expiry. On reaching three months past approval expiry, an update is no longer possible and approval will require a new application.