DWASA is a national and international, non-profit, representative body of the damp-proofing and waterproofing industry in Southern Africa intent on maintaining and upgrading standards within the damp-proofing and waterproofing industries for the benefit of its Clients and members.

Membership is voluntary, with prospective members having to prove their professional approach to their trade over several years before acceptance.

DWASA's primary role is to promote the interests and views of its members through its engagement with government and legislative bodies as well as like-minded bodies within the construction industry.

Whilst DWASA was only registered in November 2015, its precursor - the Damp-proofing and Waterproofing Association of South Africa - was in existence for several decades.

DWASA is regulated by section 107 of the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995.

 


 

 

 

DWASA is a national and international, non-profit, representative body of the damp-proofing and waterproofing industry in Southern Africa intent on maintaining and upgrading standards within the damp-proofing and waterproofing industries for the benefit of its Clients and members.

Membership is voluntary, with prospective members having to prove their professional approach to their trade over several years before acceptance.

DWASA's primary role is to promote the interests and views of its members through its engagement with government and legislative bodies as well as like-minded bodies within the construction industry.

Whilst DWASA was only registered in November 2015, its precursor - the Damp-proofing and Waterproofing Association of South Africa - was in existence for several decades.

DWASA is regulated by section 107 of the Labour Relations Act, Act 66 of 1995.