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Act containing rules relative to supervision of water supply companies and the organization of public water supply (Water Supply Act).

Country/Territory
Netherlands
Document type
Legislation
Date
1957 (2010)
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Original source
Staatsblad No. 832, 8 December 1994, pp. 1-22 (.pdf).
Subject
Water
Keyword
Basic legislation Water supply Potable water Policy/planning Inspection
Geographical area
Benelux, Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, North Atlantic, North Sea, North-East Atlantic, Western Europe
Abstract

The 66 articles of this Act are divided into 6 Chapters: General provisions (I); Supervision of water supply enterprises for purposes of public health (II); Reorganization of public water supply (III); Preparation and carrying out of water supply works (IV); Enforcement and penal provisions (V); Final provisions (VI).

Full text
Dutch
Website
www.st-ab.nl; www.overheid.nl

References - Legislation

Implemented by

Decree concerning carrying into effect of article 14a of the Water Supply Act.

Legislation | Netherlands | 1989

Keyword: Water supply, Potable water, Policy/planning, Hazards, Water shortage/drought

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Amended by

Act No. 180 of 2008 amending various other Acts in relation with entry into force of the Town and Country Planning Act and regarding transitional law (Introductory Act Town and Country Planning Act).

Legislation | Netherlands | 2008

Keyword: Land-use planning, Institution, EIA, Policy/planning, Water supply

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Act to amend the Water Supply Act in relation with the Council Directive on the quality of water intended for human consumption.

Legislation | Netherlands | 2000

Keyword: Water supply, Potable water, Inspection, Data collection/reporting

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Act No. 517 of 2004 to amend the Water Supply Act in relation with the ownership of water supply companies.

Legislation | Netherlands | 2004

Keyword: Water supply, Institution

Source: FAO, FAOLEX