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Private water supplies

Under the Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009 the District Council has a duty to ensure that the location of all private water supplies is recorded, and those that serve commercial businesses or more than one domestic property are monitored to ensure that they are of sufficiently high quality to protect the health of consumers.

Water supplies not provided by the public water supply (mains water) can be from a borehole, spring, well or originate from ground run-off. Each supply requires its own unique protection and treatment. The Regulations have brought in risk assessments to assess the supply from source to tap; each supply is then risk rated. Improvements are either recommended, or where there is a risk to public health, enforced under The Regulations.

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Food business

Environmental Health are undertaking risk assessments under the Private Water Supply Regulations 2009 "the Regulations" ...
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Treatment

It is recommended that all private water supplies have some form of water treatment, especially if the supply is used fo...
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Private water supplies

Under the Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009 the District Council has a duty to ensure that the location of all pri...

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Risk assessments

Under the Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009, local authorities have a duty to carry out risk assessments on all pr...
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Sampling

The Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009 require that the Local Authority monitor all private water supplies in its a...

Environmental Health

Town Hall, Bank Road
Matlock
Derbyshire
DE4 3NN
Tel: 01629 761 212
Fax: 01629 761 165

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