State-Adopted Codes

State-Adopted Codes

Jurisdictions worldwide depend on the IAPMO Uniform Codes as their base document. The IAPMO Uniform Codes provide consumers with complete requirements while allowing latitude for innovation and new technologies. Our codes are based on the accredited American National Standard (ANS) development process which ensures consensus. Adoptions can include amendments based the State’s need into a convenient single publication. Jurisdictions wishing to adopt an IAPMO Uniform Code as an enforceable regulations governing the installations of plumbing, mechanical, solar, hydronics, geothermal, swimming pool or water efficiency system should look into the IAPMO ANSI Consensus based documents.

Please feel free to reach out to us if you would like to adopt an IAPMO Uniform Code for your State’s need. We can be contacted at 909-230-5528 or by email at codes-dept@iapmo.org.

Advantages of IAPMO codes include:

  • To ensure that planners, administrators and installers develop the required competency to ensure that the codes are applied and upheld;
  • That standards are set to ensure that assemblies, materials and technologies are safe and effective; 
  • To ensure that installations meet widely accepted standards;
  • To ensure safety and effectiveness continuously through the proper maintenance of installations.

Click "Read More" for a list of some of our state-adopted codes

State-Adopted Codes

Jurisdictions worldwide depend on the IAPMO Uniform Codes as their base document. The IAPMO Uniform Codes provide consumers with complete requirements while allowing latitude for innovation and new technologies. Our codes are based on the accredited American National Standard (ANS) development process which ensures consensus. Adoptions can include amendments based the State’s need into a convenient single publication. Jurisdictions wishing to adopt an IAPMO Uniform Code as an enforceable regulations governing the installations of plumbing, mechanical, solar, hydronics, geothermal, swimming pool or water efficiency system should look into the IAPMO ANSI Consensus based documents.

Please feel free to reach out to us if you would like to adopt an IAPMO Uniform Code for your State’s need. We can be contacted at 909-230-5528 or by email at codes-dept@iapmo.org.

Advantages of IAPMO codes include:

  • To ensure that planners, administrators and installers develop the required competency to ensure that the codes are applied and upheld;
  • That standards are set to ensure that assemblies, materials and technologies are safe and effective; 
  • To ensure that installations meet widely accepted standards;
  • To ensure safety and effectiveness continuously through the proper maintenance of installations.

Below is a list of some of our state-adopted codes:

California Plumbing Code
UPC                Uniform Plumbing Code
2013 CPC       2013 California Plumbing Code
2016 CPC       2016 California Plumbing Code

California Mechanical Code
UMC               Uniform Mechanical Code
2013 CMC      2013 California Mechanical Code
2016 CMC      2016 California Mechanical Code

Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code
2011 OPSC     2011 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code
2014 OPSC     2014 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code
2017 OPSC     2017 Oregon Plumbing Specialty Code

Idaho State Plumbing Code
2009 IDAHO  Idaho State Plumbing Code

 


South Dakota Plumbing Code

2015 SDPC     South Dakota Plumbing Code




Seattle Plumbing Code
2012 SPC        Seattle Plumbing Code
2015 SPC        Seattle Plumbing Code

 

Maine State Internal Plumbing Code

 

 


Minnesota Plumbing Code
2015 MPC       Minnesota Plumbing Code

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