World Plumbing Day - March 11
Sat Mar 11th

World Plumbing Day

Every year on March 11th, World Plumbing Day highlights the critical role of plumbing in safeguarding public health..

What do you think about when you see the word plumbing? Chances are, you think about running water, the sewer system, and the numerous pipes that make it all work. Now imagine a world without these products. How inconvenient would your life be without immediate access to hot or cold water? What if you were forced to leave the warmth of your house to go to the bathroom in an outhouse? What if your neighborhood didn't have a system of pipes that made these things possible?

You may believe that every homeowner in developed countries has access to running water and a sewer system. However, a lack of plumbing is a reality that some people live with every day in developed countries, but a lack of plumbing is a reality that some people live with every day. In the United States, two million residents do not have access to basic indoor plumbing. It isn't just those people who are homeless who don't have indoor plumbing or running water that are in need of assistance. In some states, such as Alaska, the Dakotas, and Maine, there are whole communities that don't have complete plumbing systems.

Where there's a need

In undeveloped countries, it's much worse. 2.5 billion citizens around the world don't have access to any sanitation facility, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). This includes 818 million people in India and 607 million in China. There are other nations that have large populations of sewage problems as well. The United States includes:: These countries include:: These countries include:: These countries include::

  • Nigeria
  • Brazil
  • Indonesia
  • Bangladesh
  • Pakistan
  • Nepal
  • Vietnam
  • Philippines

You may believe that a lack of plumbing is a point of frustration.. Nevertheless, it is much more than that. A significant health issue is not having access to plumbing. You may have never thought that plumbing saves lives, but it actually does. Many people around the world are vulnerable to diseases because there are no plumbing systems in place. Children are particularly vulnerable. About 700,000 children die each year from diarrhea each year. This condition is usually related to poor sanitation and contaminated drinking water.

How to celebrate #world plumbing day

On this day, plumbing companies banded together to network with other plumbers and keep up with industry shifts. Those in the plumbing industry attend seminars and workshops to find out what they can do to improve access to running water and safe sanitation. To participate: To participate: To participate: To participate: You must register: To participate: To participate: To participate:

  • Thank your local plumber for all the jobs they do
  • Consider what your life would be like without plumbing
  • ency, such as Plumbers without Borders or The Water Project, such as Plumbers without Borders or The Water Project
  • Make an appointment to have your plumbing system tested

#WorldPlumbingDay is a hashtag on social media. Spread the word for this day on social media with #WorldPlumbingDay.

History of world plumbing day has a long tradition.

World Plumbing Day was established in 2010 by the World Plumbing Council (WPC). In 2010, the World Plumbing Council (WPC) established World Plumbing Day (WPC) established World Plumbing Day (WPC). The WBC is an international body made up of 200 members from more than 30 countries around the world. Through the world's plumbing industries, it is their aim to provide the best possible plumbing for the world.