Useful Informational Links For Private Water Supplies

Posted by Josie 20/04/2016 0 Comment(s) Irrigation Products,Wells and Boreholes,Water Treatment Filters,

Useful Informational Links

 

Here we have listed several useful informational links for those of you with private water supplies.  If you are uncertain of any details or need assistance with any aspects please don't hesitate to contact us.

 

Water UK - Working on behalf of the water industry towards a sustainable future, all latest up to date information.

 

The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) was formed in 1990 to provide independent reassurance that water supplies in England and Wales are safe and drinking water quality is acceptable to consumers.

 

Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs - Policy for maintaining secure water supplies, high standards of drinking water and effective sewerage services.

 

Environment Agency - All up to date facts regarding our drinking water, from mains water to private groundwater supplies.

 

Ordnance Survey - Get a Map for all your research projects, either subscribe or v visit as a guest.

 

British Geological Survey - Gateway for up to date information on Geology, regional geophysics, global, climate change, earth hazards, energy, groundwater, marine, minerals and waste.

 

CAB - Advice guide on water supplies.

 

Water Hardness Fact Sheet - from the DWI offering unbiased and independent advice and information.

 

Private Water Supplies Fact Sheet - from the DWI offering unbiased and independent advice and information.

 

Drinking Water Standards Fact Sheet - from the DWI offering unbiased and independent advice and information.

 

The Private Water Supplies Regulations 2009 - Came into force on 01 January 2010.

 

Water Management - Abstract or Impound Water - if you are planning to abstract or impound water from a private water supply then you may need to apply for an abstraction or impoundment license to do so.

 

UK National Grid Reference Finder - a useful tool for finding grid reference information including longitude and latitude of any property in the UK.  Simply enter your post code then right click on the map your exact location and all relevant information will be displayed.

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