BS EN 752-3:1997 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings - Part 3: Planning

Abbreviation
BS EN 752-3:1997
Valid from
15/03/1997

Information provider
Standards New Zealand
Author
British Standards Institution, European Standardization Organisations
Information type
British Standard
Format
PDF


Description

This part of BS EN 752 sets out the principles to follow when planning drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity.

This European Standard is applicable to drain and sewer systems, which operate essentially under gravity, from the point where the sewage leaves a building or roof drainage system, or enters a road gully, to the point where it is discharged into a treatment works or receiving water.

Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

This standard has been revised to take account of developments in the way drains and sewers are maintained and changes in health and safety legislation; it is therefore the precursor of amendments to British Standards specifying requirements for manholes and inspection chambers.

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Notes/comments

BS EN 752-3:1997 is the British Standards version of the European Standard and is referenced as the English language version applicable to this International Standard.

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For assistance with locating previous versions, please contact the information provider.

BS EN 752-3:1997 is the British Standards version of the European Standard and is referenced as the English language version applicable to this International Standard.

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BS EN 752-3:1997 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings - Part 3: Planning

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BS EN 752-3:1997 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings - Part 3: Planning

Description

This part of BS EN 752 sets out the principles to follow when planning drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity.

This European Standard is applicable to drain and sewer systems, which operate essentially under gravity, from the point where the sewage leaves a building or roof drainage system, or enters a road gully, to the point where it is discharged into a treatment works or receiving water.

Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

This standard has been revised to take account of developments in the way drains and sewers are maintained and changes in health and safety legislation; it is therefore the precursor of amendments to British Standards specifying requirements for manholes and inspection chambers.

View on Information Provider website
BS EN 752-3:1997 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings - Part 3: Planning
Description

This part of BS EN 752 sets out the principles to follow when planning drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity.

This European Standard is applicable to drain and sewer systems, which operate essentially under gravity, from the point where the sewage leaves a building or roof drainage system, or enters a road gully, to the point where it is discharged into a treatment works or receiving water.

Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

This standard has been revised to take account of developments in the way drains and sewers are maintained and changes in health and safety legislation; it is therefore the precursor of amendments to British Standards specifying requirements for manholes and inspection chambers.

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BS EN 752-3:1997 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings - Part 3: Planning

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