The Backflow Prevention Association of Australia Inc.( BPAA) is a professional body specifically dedicated to Backflow Prevention. It is a volunteer organisation made up from members across all aspects of the plumbing and water supply industry. Current members include Local Authority Employees, Manufacturers and Agents, Plumbing Contractors, Education and Training providers etc.
The BPAA currently has four State Chapters. These are Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Meeting dates are available by clicking the State Chapter sections below. Minutes from previous meetings are available to Financial members only via the Members Only Page.
The BPAA Inc. is an amalgamation of the two previous groups, the Backflow Prevention Association Queensland Inc. and National Backflow Industry Group (NBIG).
Members have access to a range of benefits and leading edge information on changes in the backflow industry.
Industry representation to Government authorities
Input to Australian Standards
Access to like minded professionals
Regular meetings to discuss backflow issues
Invitations to workshops and seminars
Notification of new products
Members are able to utilise the ASK A QUESTION FACILITY (email) in order have queries resolved or problems solved. Please enter Ask a Question in the Email subject line.
Please see our Membership page for more information.
Jeff Parsonage- President (VIC)
Mobile: 0413 923 709
Peter Damaso - Vice President (NSW)
Mobile: 0418 434 820
Stephen Jennison - Secretary (QLD)
Mobile: 0417 732 342
Bradd Freeburn - Treasurer (NSW)
Mobile: 0414 592 977
Andrew Meade (VIC)
Mobile: 0418 443 350
Robbie Dwyer (VIC)
Mobile: 0417 446 371
Rob Mitchell (NSW)
Mobile: 0437 586 222
Jim Mahon (QLD)
Mobile: 0407 678 336
Adam Shaw (QLD)
Mobile: 0455 088 335
Dale Wesley (TAS)
Sam Kiely (TAS)
Mobile: 03 6431 6992
See State Chapter page for more details on the Chapter in your State.
PO Box 2219
Brookside Qld 4053
Phone: 0481 337 527
Please click here for all inquiries or comments.
Want to know what Backflow Prevention is all about? Check out this link to a video called "The Good Oil"
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