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With effect from the 1 July 1999 the Government issued the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999, and revoked the Water Supplier's Byelaws for England and Wales.  For many years Water Supply Byelaws had been used to protect the public water supply on both domestic and commercial plumbing installations from waste, misuse, undue consumption and contamination of water. As Statutory Instruments, the Regulations replaced local byelaws with national legislation, increasing the profile of the subject and making the Secretary of State for the Environment accountable to Parliament for them.

Under the legislation, owners and occupiers of premises which have public water supply connections and anyone who installs or alters such plumbing systems have a legal duty to comply with the regulations and they can face prosecution for a criminal offence if they fail to do so.

The course consists of the following :

Water regulations, interpretations and definitions

Materials and substances

Requirements, design and installation,

Backflow and contamination prevention

Hot and cold water services

Flushing devices

Sanitary appliances (internal&external)

Our course fees include all materials with no hidden costs. Book your place now by calling us:

01495 722 123 / 01495 711 711

Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) 1 Day

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