World Plumbing Day
World Plumbing Day is celebrated on March 11 of every year. It is a day to celebrate the importance of plumbing in social health and amenity. Any system which conveys the fluids for the wide range of applications is known as Plumbing. Plumbing infrastructure is very critical to public health and sanitation in the present developed world. Hence World Plumbing Day is a day to celebrate or to recognize the importance of Plumbing.
“The society which scorns excellence in plumbing as a humble activity and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy because it is an exalted activity will have neither good plumbing nor good philosophy: neither its pipes nor its theories will hold water.” – John W. Gardner.
History of World Plumbing Day
World Plumbing Council (WPC) founded the World Plumbing Day in March 2010. Initially, they work all over the year to promote the benefits of safe plumbing. But in 2010 they decided to embed a single day on the calendar which is entirely dedicated to plumbing on that day. The main aim behind that was, on every March 11 people all around the world will stop to reflect on the vital role of plumbing which plays an important role in preserving the health and the way of life. The WPC (World Plumbing Council) always aims at developing and the promoting the image and standards of the plumbing industry across the worldwide. The mission statement os WPC is “Unite the world plumbing industry to safeguard and to preserve the environment and the World’s health, for the benefit of all.” Hence World Plumbing Day is a day to celebrate or to recognize the importance of Plumbing.
Other Celebrations on March 11
March 11 is also celebrated as
How to Celebrate the World Plumbing Day
Celebrating World Plumbing Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. Every year, Plumbing Day is marked and recognized in offices, training colleges, worksites, classrooms, legislatures, and Parliaments. On this day, just learn more things or information about the importance of Plumbing in our life and public health. Then share those things with others in social media’s by using the hashtag #WorldPlumbingDay or #PlumbingDay.