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As a business it is your legal duty to ensure the systems you use or install satisfy the requirements of the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999.
These regulations set out the national requirements for the design, installation, materials and maintenance of water fixtures and fittings. The purpose of the regulations is to prevent waste, misuse, undue consumption, erroneous measurement and, above all, contamination of water supplies.
Your local water company is responsible to the Government for the enforcement of the regulations and they have the right to visit your premises and carry out checks to ensure your water fittings comply.
Download our Water Fittings Regulation Enforcement Policy here
Our water regulations service gives your business the opportunity to ensure your systems are compliant and to take remedial action in advance of a formal water company audit. By doing this you can save costs and avoid other risks associated with non-compliant water systems.
Water regulations compliance survey - Our service includes a water regulations compliance survey of your on-site water infrastructure, a report of the findings and (optional) recommendations and costs for rectification works. The report identifies any areas of non-compliance meaning that your business can take necessary remedial action in a planned and timely way.
Water regulations remedial work - To ensure that your business complies with the regulations, we can carry out any necessary remedial works including installation of pipe work, valves, tanks, bib taps etc. We can also remove redundant pipe work and dead legs.
Testing and certification - Where Reduced Pressure Zone (RPZ) valves are installed, we can carry out the annual testing and certification that is required under the water regulations to ensure continued compliance.
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