SAPPMA is an association made up of leading plastic pipe manufacturers in South Africa, dedicated to facilitating high standards of ethics, product quality and technical information in the plastic industry in South Africa.
As one of their founding members, Marley is a proud SAPPMA partner, supporting their drive to ensure that only top-quality pipes that meet stringent industry standards enter the market, whilst benefitting from the technical advantages and developments that SAPPMA passes on to its members.
Marley recognises its responsibility to the piping industry as one of the key sectors of our country’s infrastructure, which is why we are committed to ensuring long-term sustainability through the adoption of quality management systems to manufacture products that are environmentally-friendly and conducive to preserving water as a scarce natural resource. Our facilities have direct access to world-leading technologies which are constantly innovating to focus on the sustainable design and lifecycle approach for each and every product that we manufacture.
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SAPPMA is a voluntary, self-regulating association registered as a Section 21 Company in terms of the Companies Act of SA. It represents plastic pipe manufacturers in South Africa as well as other stakeholders in the industry.
|•||Promote and monitor product quality of member companies|
|•||Ensure compliance with all relevant national and international standards and specifications|
|•||Play an instrumental role to upgrade and amend existing standards|
|•||Interact with the SABS in terms of standards, certification, testing, monitoring and enforcing|
|•||Measure the state of the industry through regular market surveys|
|•||Provide reliable and objective design information to the market by way of consultations, seminars, conferences and technical literature|
|•||Promote the growth of Polyolefin, Rigid and Flexible PVC, and GRP piping systems|
|•||Create awareness of the conservation of energy and protection of the environment through effective use of plastic piping|
|•||Act as a forum for plastic pipe manufacturers and pipe suppliers in South Africa|
|•||Maintain effective contact with Consulting Engineers and Specifiers|
|•||Interact with Government via the DTI|