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Drinking Water Standards for New Zealand 2000

Abbreviation
DWSNZ - 2000
Version
2000 Edition
Valid from
01/01/2001

Information provider
Ministry of Health
Author
Ministry of Health
Information type
Standard
Format
PDF


Description

The Drinking-Water Standards for New Zealand 2000 (DWSNZ 2000) details how to assess the quality and safety of drinking-water and defines drinking-water: that is, water intended to be used for human consumption, food preparation, utensil washing, oral hygiene or personal hygiene.

The Standard provides criteria applicable to all drinking-water (except bottled water which must comply with the Food Act 1981).

Scope

Drinking-Water Standards for New Zealand 2000 list the maximum concentrations of chemical, radiological and microbiological contaminants acceptable for public health in drinking-water. For community drinking-water supplies, the Standards also specify the sampling protocols that must be observed to demonstrate that the drinking-water complies with the Standards. Community drinking water supplies are water supplies that serve more than 25 people for at least 60 days per year.

All community drinkingwater supplies known to the Ministry of Health are listed in the Register of Community Drinking-Water Supplies in New Zealand.

 

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Description

The Drinking-Water Standards for New Zealand 2000 (DWSNZ 2000) details how to assess the quality and safety of drinking-water and defines drinking-water: that is, water intended to be used for human consumption, food preparation, utensil washing, oral hygiene or personal hygiene.

The Standard provides criteria applicable to all drinking-water (except bottled water which must comply with the Food Act 1981).

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Drinking Water Standards for New Zealand 2000
Description

The Drinking-Water Standards for New Zealand 2000 (DWSNZ 2000) details how to assess the quality and safety of drinking-water and defines drinking-water: that is, water intended to be used for human consumption, food preparation, utensil washing, oral hygiene or personal hygiene.

The Standard provides criteria applicable to all drinking-water (except bottled water which must comply with the Food Act 1981).

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