The GCC PPR pipes market reached a value of US$ 1,181 Million in 2020. Polyvinyl chloride, also known as PPR, is one of the most popular synthetic resins which is made from polymerisation of vinyl chloride. PPR can be stored for a longer period of time as it is resistant against degradation and oxidation. It is naturally white in color and has a brittle nature prior to the addition of plasticisers. In its purest form, PPR occurs as a rigid plastic and can also be produced in a flexible or plasticised form. The pipes manufactured by using PPR are strong, light-weight, durable, and resistant to rusting and rotting. These properties enable them to be used in underground wiring, sewerage, and water treatment systems. As compared to concrete pipes, PPR pipes have been gaining momentum across the GCC region.