Guidelines For Drinking-Water Quality Management For New Zealand Chapter 2: Management Of Community Supplies

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This chapter discusses good management practices for community drinking-water supplies. A community drinking-water supply is a reticulated, publicly or privately owned, drinking-water supply connecting at least two buildings on separate titles, and serving at least 1500 person days a year (eg, 25 people at least 60 days per year). An integrated management system should be designed to meet the requirements of the Drinking-water Standards for New Zealand 2005 (revised 2008) (DWSNZ), statutory requirements and the consumers’ needs, as well as environmental and cultural considerations.
The most important constituents of drinking-water are undoubtedly those that are capable of having a direct impact on public health. It is up to the water suppliers to demonstrate to their consumers that the management of the water supply system is being undertaken in a responsible and efficient manner.


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