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Playing By The Rules – Compliance of Regulations and Why it Matters

With the launch of an online National Construction Product Register database (NCPR) scheduled next year, the loopholes through which non-compliant materials have been entering into the market will start to shrink.

With the launch of an online National Construction Product Register database (NCPR) scheduled next year, the loopholes through which non-compliant materials have been entering into the market will start to shrink.



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September 26th, 2017


The NCPR database – developed by the Board of Construction Information Systems Limited (NATSPEC) – will make visible the companies who are adhering to the stringent regulations of the industry. Is the database necessary for the industry? In short, the answer is a resounding yes.

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