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Regulation No. 82 of the Minister of Social Affairs establishing Quality and control requirements and analysis methods for drinking water.

Country/Territory
Estonia
Document type
Regulation
Date
2001 (2009)
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Food & nutrition, Water
Keyword
Food quality control/food safety Consumer protection Water supply Potable water Water quality standards
Geographical area
Europe, Europe and Central Asia, European Union Countries, Northern Europe
Entry into force notes
This Regulation enters into force on 1 June 2002.
Abstract

The Regulation establishes the quality and control requirements for drinking water and analysis methods for drinking water samples in order to protect human health against adverse effects of drinking water contamination. No measures shall be implemented upon water treatment which may directly or indirectly deteriorate the existing quality of drinking water or additionally contaminate the water. Drinking water is deemed to be healthy and pure, if it does not contain any micro-organisms, parasites or any other substances in such numbers or quantities which pose a potential threat to human health, and if the microbiological or chemical quality indicators do not exceed the established limit values.

Full text
English
Website
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References - Legislation

Repealed by

Water Act (2019)

Legislation | Estonia | 2019 (2023)

Keyword: Potable water, Internal trade, Marine area, EEZ-Exclusive Economic Zone, Research, Authorization/permit, Maritime zone, Framework law, Freshwater pollution, Freshwater resources management, Pollution control, Water quality standards, Sustainable use, Water abstraction, Water supply, Enforcement/compliance, Thermal and medicinal waters, Sewerage, Effluent waste water/discharge, Flood, Risk assessment/management, Groundwater, Coastal zone management, Hazardous substances, International relations/cooperation, Special fund, Liability/compensation, Hazards, Early warning system, Environmental planning, Environmental standards, Inland waters, Monitoring, Public health, Recreational water use, Surface water, Sustainable development, Policy/planning, Standards, Protection of environment

Source: FAO, FAOLEX