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Order No. 1023 on water quality and supervision of water supply systems.

Country/Territory
Denmark
Document type
Regulation
Date
2023
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Water
Keyword
Water quality standards Potable water Monitoring Inspection Surface water Groundwater Water supply Water abstraction Consumer protection Data collection/reporting
Geographical area
Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, North Sea, North-East Atlantic, Northern Europe
Entry into force notes
5 July 2023.
Abstract

The present Order lays down rules on the quality requirements that shall be met for water from all water supply facilities that provide water to: a) Food businesses; b) Businesses manufacturing pharmaceuticals or other products with specific health-related requirements for water supply; c) Other commercial or public activities; d) Household use for a single dwelling; and e) Household use for more than one dwelling. It also lays down rules on what control measurements shall be conducted on water; how control over extracted water quantities should be maintained; what notifications need to be provided to consumers; what supervision is to be conducted over water supply systems. Efforts shall be made to achieve the best possible water quality, regardless of the quality requirements outlined in this decree

Full text
Danish
Website
www.retsinformation.dk

References - Legislation

Implements

Water Supply Act (No. 125 of 2017).

Legislation | Denmark | 1978 (2017)

Keyword: Protection of habitats, Environmental planning, Inland waters, Polluter pays principle, Pollution control, Policy/planning, Basic legislation, Potable water, Water quality standards, Water supply, Water abstraction, Expropriation, Authorization/permit

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repeals

Order No. 1310 on water quality and supervision of water supply systems.

Legislation | Denmark | 2015

Keyword: Potable water, Monitoring, Inspection, Water quality standards, Surface water, Water supply, Research, Water abstraction

Source: FAO, FAOLEX