Drinking Water Inspectorate

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Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI)

an agency charged with testing water quality in England and Wales and taking enforcement action where required.
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The Drinking Water Inspectorate has approved the initiative and customers have been advised that they should not notice any difference to their previous supply.
Richard Banwell, prosecuting for the Drinking Water Inspectorate, said temporary operational changes at the Franklaw plant led to contaminated water from an underground reservoir going back into the water treatment facility from July 27 to July 31 2015.
The Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI), which is responsible for regulating drinking water quality, has today published its Annual Report for 2016.
The scheme has been approved by the Drinking Water Inspectorate, the independent regulator of water quality and safety.
The Government's Drinking Water Inspectorate also discovered tiny amounts of the painkiller ibuprofen and anti-epilepsy drug carbamazepine.
Sue Pennison of the Drinking Water Inspectorate, which audits household supplies, said out of more than four million samples of tap water last year, 99.
The product is of a very high quality and is manufactured at the only facility in the UK offering a Sodium Hypochlorite product approved by the Drinking Water Inspectorate specifically for sanitisation use in hard water areas, marketed under the name TP-Chlor.
Coatings are accredited to ISO 9000 2008 and meet the requirements of the Drinking Water Inspectorate which requires the burners to meet tight control parameters, such as close operating temperatures and variable dwell times irrespective of product configuration and size.
The Drinking Water Inspectorate says UU's main problem is producing dirty, orange-brown water because of old iron pipes.
Further studies commissioned by the Drinking Water Inspectorate (England and Wales) and funded by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs UK are underway.
The annual Drinking Water Inspectorate report is based on tests carried out in consumers' homes and on parts of each water company's distribution network.

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