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California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure Statement

About this Statement

This statement is published in accordance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (California Civil Code Section 1714.43). 


Reliance Worldwide Corporation Limited and its subsidiaries (collectively “RWC”) are committed to shaping a more sustainable, just, and equal world.  RWC’s values are the foundational elements of the company and guide our business activities.  These values include passion, innovation, reliability, integrity, and simplicity.  RWC does not tolerate human rights abuses in any of its direct or indirect business activities.  Indeed, we want our employees and partners, whether directly in our operations or across our supply chains, to feel welcomed, respected, and safe at work.    

RWC’s Business and Structure

RWC is a global provider of high quality, reliable, and premium branded water flow, control, and monitoring products and solutions for the plumbing and heating industry.  Our business operations include the design, manufacture, and distribution of these products including pipe, valves, fittings, and a range of ancillary products.  RWC is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia with regional headquarters in London, United Kingdom, and Brisbane, Australia.

Relevant Policies

RWC regularly updates its governance structures, policies, and processes to meet our commitment to addressing Modern Slavery and human trafficking risk in our supply chains and operations.  Relevant group and regional policies related to our approach in addressing these issues include RWC’s: (1) Code of Conduct, (2) Global Whistleblowing Policy, (3) Americas Supplier Handbook, (4) Americas Supplier/Procurement Code of Conduct, (5) Global Ethical Code of Practice for Supply Sites Outside of Australia, (6) Global Corporate Social Responsibility Policy, and (7) EMEA Recruitment/Agency Workers Policy. 

Required Disclosures

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires a company to address five disclosure categories:  verification, audit, certification, internal accountability, and training.  RWC responds to each as follows:

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