PHCC Wrote the Book:
The National Standard Plumbing Code
NSPC Public Hearing
The National Standard Plumbing Code Committee will hold a Public Hearing at the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City on July 23rd, 2014. Proposed changes, submitted for the 2015 edition of the National Standard Plumbing Code, will be reviewed in this public forum. The Proposed Changes will be available for review or download beginning June 17 through the PHCC website. The Hearing is open to all interested parties who wish to comment on the proposed changes. For additional information, please email Chuck White at email@example.com.
Tropicana Casino and Resort
Brighton and the Boardwalk
Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Call 800-247-8767 to make your reservations (reference the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors–National Association meeting. Cutoff date for reservations is June 30, 2014.
The 2014 NSPC Proposed Changes. Click here to download.
Click here for a copy of the matrix.
PHCC wrote the book. Since first publishing a Standard Plumbing code in 1933, PHCC has been maintaining what is known today as the National Standard Plumbing Code (NSPC) on an annual basis. Designed to ensure the proper installation of plumbing systems, the NSPC provides local and state governments, code administrative bodies, and industry with a modern code to protect public health and safety.
To keep the code current and viable and with input from all interested parties, the NSPC Committee — comprised of licensed contractors, engineers, and inspectors — reviews the code annually and updates it on a three-year cycle and conducts a mid-cycle review to produce a supplement.
Order the NSPC Now! Available in print or on CD, the National Standard Plumbing Code–Illustrated is published every three years, with supplements added after each annual revision cycle.
Proposed Changes. Proposed changes may be submitted for approval until the date noted on the form for each year. Changes are considered, discussed, and voted on at a public hearing. A two-thirds vote is required to accept a proposed change. There are no fees required for submission or approval. Deadline was April 30, 2014