British Wood Preserving and Damp Proofing Association

BWPDA split into the Wood Protection Association (WPA) and the Property care Association (PCA). BWPDA no longer functions as a membership or trade association body.

1 Gleneagles House
Vernon Gate
Derby
DE1 1UP
UK
Website: www.bwpda.co.uk
Email: info@bwpda.co.uk
Tel: 01332 225100

Documents by this publisher

Page 1 of 1

Series details Title Year Status
BWPDA Manual 1999 (Withdrawn) 1999 Red
Code of practice for remedial waterproofing of structures below ground 1995 Red
Code of practice for safe design and operation of timber treatment operations 1998 Red
Treatment of solid timber and panel products with flame retardant 1998 Red
COP 1 Code of practice for remedial timber treatment 1995 Amber
COP 2 Code of practice for installation of remedial damp proof courses in masonry walls 1997 Red
COP 5 Code of practice for standards of training for operatives in safe and effective wood preservation and damp proofing 1997 Red
DP 1 Use of moisture meters to establish the presence of rising damp 1993 Red
DP 2 Plastering in association with damp-proof coursing 1993 Red
DP 3 Condensation 1993 Red
DP 4 Methods of analysis for damp proof course fluids 1993 Red
DP 5 Chemical damp proof course insertion - the attendant problems 1993 Red
DP 6 Safety in damp proofing 1984 Red
DP 7 Chemical damp proof courses in walls: detection techniques and their limitations 1993 Red
DP 8 Damp-proofing barriers (tanking) in association with chemical damp-proofing courses 1993 Red
DP 9 Guidelines to survey report writing 1993 Red
DP 10 Hygroscopic salts and rising dampness 1993 Red
T 1 Fungal decay in buildings: causes, identification and treatment 1995 Red
T 2 Preservative treatment of timbers 1997 Red
T 3 Methods of applying wood preservatives 1995 Red
T 4 Preservation of window joinery 1997 Red
T 5 Preservative treatment against wood borers 1995 Red
T 6 Use of coal tar creosote for wood preservatives 1997 Red
T 7 Treatment of timber with water-borne preservatives 1997 Red
T 8 Water repellent wood preservatives 1997 Red
T 10 Light organic solvent preservatives for the pre-treatment of timber 1997 Red

 

Page 1 of 1

Document Status Indicators

Green The Green document status indicator indicates that the document is:
  • (a) current in the Construction Information Service and
  • (b) the latest version - ie it does not have any other documents that replace or amend it and is promoted as a current document by the publisher.
Amber The Amber document status indicator indicates that some caution is needed when using this document - it is either:
  • (a) current in the Construction Information Service but has a document or documents that replace or amend it, so please look at the "Newer Versions" tab or
  • (b) not in the Construction Information Service but with another reason why it may be relevant to our customers such as being cited in NBS or in the Building Regulations Approved Documents. Again there may be more recent versions of the document.
Red The Red document status indicator indicates that the document is an old version
  • The document has likely been withdrawn by the publisher, also the meta data presented here may be out of date as it is no longer being maintained by the editorial teams at NBS.