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Code of practice - Specification and use of liquid waterproofing systems for roofs, balconies and walkways

Publication Year
2010

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Abstract

For the selection and application of liquid waterproofing systems, addressing health and safety, building regulations, substrate preparation, production application, maintenance and quality control on site.


Document History

Supersedes Code of practice for the specification and use of liquid waterproofing systems, (ELRA, 1999).


Publisher Information

Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association

The Liquid Roofing and Waterproofing Association raises awareness of the technical and financial benefits of liquid applied waterproofing systems and provides independent advice for specifiers.

Roofing House
31 Worship Street
London
EC2A 2DY
UK

Website: www.lrwa.org.uk
Email: info@lrwa.org.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 333 987 4581

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