Ordinance On Water Quality And Supervision Of Water Supply Plant

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om vandkvalitet og tilsyn med vandforsyningsanlæg

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



The scope of the





Chapter 2



Quality requirements for water from water supply systems





Chapter 3



Control of water quality





Chapter 4



Control of water consumption





Chapter 5



Monitoring of technical installations





Chapter 6



Other reporting obligations





Chapter 7



Information for consumers on the quality of water intended for





Chapter 8



Complaint





Chapter 9



Penalty





Chapter 10



Date of entry into force and transitional provisions





Annex 1 (a)



Quality requirements for drinking water the main constituent





Annex 1 b



Quality requirements for inorganic trace elements





Annex 1 c



Quality requirements for organic micropollutants





Annex 1 d



Quality requirements for the microbiological parameters





Annex 2



Simplified control (not General water supply systems)





Annex 3



Limited control (in the water fixed wiring)





Annex 4



Normal control (water plant)





Annex 5



Extended control (water plant)





Annex 6



Control of inorganic trace elements





Annex 7



Control of organic micropollutants (water plant)





Annex 8



Well control (in the individual catchment wells)





Annex 9



Inspection frequency by limited control (in water supply pipeline network)





Annex 10



Physical checks on water supply systems and in the corresponding abstraction boreholes





Annex 11



Frequency control for additional control of surface water for abstraction of drinking water



The full text of the Ordinance on water quality and supervision of vandforsyningsanlæg1)

Under section 5, section 8, section 55, paragraph 7, § 56, section 57, paragraph 2, article 58, paragraphs 3 and 4, § 59, paragraphs 1 and 3, article 60, paragraph 2, § 71 (a) and section 84, paragraph 2 and 3, of the law on water supply, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 635 of 7. June 2010, fixed: Chapter 1 scope § 1. The notice shall set 1) the quality requirements for drinking water and water for which special quality requirements, including water for use of medicinal products must meet, 2) what studies to be made of water, 3) how to be placed on the control of experience water volumes, and 4) which must be kept with the supervision of water supply systems.

(2). It must be sought in each case that the water quality is the best possible regardless the quality requirements of this Ordinance.

Supervision



§ 2. Supervision of water supply systems conducted by the Municipal Council in the municipality where the plant's water is consumed.

(2). Consumed plant water in several municipalities, it is determined by agreement between the relevant municipal councils, how public oversight must be conducted on municipal boards on behalf of the community. There may not be agreement, determined by nature Agency.

(3). The rules set out in Chapter 3-7 are given on the Municipal Board's supervision, also applies to surveillance carried out in accordance with paragraph 2.

Chapter 2 Quality requirements for water from water supply systems § 3. Water from water supply systems that supply people with water for household use must comply with the quality requirements, which are listed in annex 1 (a)-(d).

§ 4. section 3 does not apply to rainwater collected from roofs to use for toilet flushing and laundry in the machine, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). Installations for the collection of rainwater from the roofs to use for toilet flushing and laundry in the machine must be carried out in accordance with the applicable instructions drawn up by the Center of economic and business affairs and Miljøministeriet2).

(3). In institutions and buildings with public access must use of rainwater for toilet rinse only happen with the Municipal Board's permission after discussion with the health protection agency. In institutions and buildings with public access allowed rainwater not used for laundry. The local authority can not grant permission for the use of rainwater for toilet flushing and laundry in institutions for children under 6 years (e.g. crèches and kindergartens), hospitals and nursing homes and other institutions for particularly sensitive groups (e.g., physical and mental disabilities).

(4). The owner of a property covered by paragraph 3, 1. sentence, opposite the Municipal Council prove that the requirements for water quality by the building's taphaner to the drinking water can be maintained, when the system is in use, including the property's pipeline network for drinking water is suitable for low water consumption. The owner must ensure that users are informed at all times about the use of rainwater collected from roofs, e.g. by lookup.

(5). The Municipal Council may, after discussion with the health protection agency decide whether to use of rainwater, see. paragraph 3 shall expire, if it is necessary to ensure the water quality by the building's taphaner.

§ 5. The provisions of paragraph 3 shall also apply to water from water supply systems, which supplies food establishments as well as establishments producing medicinal products or other products for which specific health requirements shall be made to the water supply.

(2). The provision of paragraph 1 shall not apply to water from water supply systems, which supplies food establishments, which, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs or European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853 of 29. April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin alone are requirements on the use of clean water, as defined in the regulations.

(3). Nature agency may, on application from a food business, totally or partly exclude water from a water supply system, see. (1) from the requirements of this Ordinance, if it is determined that the quality of the water cannot affect the finished food product health or health-related condition. The application must be submitted to the veterinary and Food Administration, which is sending this on to the Natural Agency of veterinary and Food Administration option.

Chapter 3 section 6 of the control of water quality. To be for the use of the official controls carried out regular studies of samples of water from 1) water supply systems for household use, 2) water supply systems that provides information to public or private institutions (schools, hospitals, military barracks and the like), as well as commercial purposes (restaurants, campgrounds, hotels and the like), 3) water supply plant, which supplies food companies, where there are requirements on the use of water, which meets the quality requirements for drinking water, 4) water supply plant, which supplies companies where manufactured products (URf.eks. pharmaceuticals), which provides specific health requirements for water supply, 5) water supply systems that supply other businesses than mentioned in nr. 2, 3 and 4, when the system delivers water to a permanent staff of more than 5 persons and 6) nødvandforsynings installations, including tank wagons and tankers, for purposes as referred to in paragraph 6; 1-5 (2). The Municipal Council may decide that other water supply systems should be involved during the regular public supervision.

(3). The Municipal Council must take a decision, as far as possible, on the recommendation of the individual water supply systems, how the control system shall be designed for the installation in accordance with §§ 7-12. Tests must be carried out in a laboratory chosen by the water supply system, see. § 13.

§ 7. In the regular monitoring be included 1) a simplified monitoring of water for domestic use from non-General water supply systems, which produce less than 3000 m3 of water annually without prejudice. Annex 2, 2) a limited control of the water in a water supply fixed wiring see. Annex 3, 3) a normal control of water at the water reclamation plant as referred to. Annex 4, 4) an extended control of the water at the water reclamation plant as referred to. Annex 5, 5) a control with inorganic trace elements in water in a water supply fixed wiring see. Annex 6, 6) a control of organic micropollutants in water at water reclamation plant, see. Annex 7, 7) a well control of water in individual wells for a water supply plant without prejudice. Annex 8 and 8) an additional control of the water in bodies of surface water designated for the abstraction of drinking water in accordance with the Act on environmental objectives, etc. for water bodies and international nature protection areas (Environmental target Act) § 8, and from which, on average, generated more than 100 m³ per day, see. Annex 11.

(2). When it is established in the national surveillance program, that it is likely that one or more of the parameters set out in annex 1 (a)-(d) is not present, or when, on the basis of the national monitoring programme is reason to believe that there are substances in the water, which may constitute a potential danger to human health, and which are not covered by Annex 1 (a)-(d) can nature agency change notice annex for all or parts of the country. Nature agency assesses at least once a year, on the annexes to the Ordinance needs to be amended.

(3). Checks in accordance with paragraph 1, nr. 8, supplement the monitoring of surface water in accordance with section 8 of the Act, and target environment includes all priority substances discharged into surface water and all other substances covered by Annex 1 (a) to (d) in significant quantities.
(4). There is reason to believe that there are substances or micro-organisms in the water, which may constitute a potential danger to human health, and which are not covered by Annex 1 (a) to (d), the Municipal Council may decide on supplementary investigations. Are these included in annex 1 (a) to (d), the local authority decide whether the studies referred to in paragraph 1 shall be supplemented by additional testing for these substances or micro-organisms.

(5). The Municipal Council must inform consumers of water from water supply installations covered by paragraph 1, nr. 1, that water alone undergo a simplified control. This information can be done by public announcement.

§ 8. For water plants, which are covered by section 6 (1). 1-4, controls, see. Annex 3-8, is carried out at the intervals which are specified in annex 9-11. For water supply systems where the frequency of tests is not defined in the annexes, the Municipal Council shall take decision on the frequency of regular monitoring. For water from water supply systems that supply food businesses, see. section 6 (1). 3, or for commercial purposes, institutions etc, see. section 6 (1). 2, however, must be carried out at least once a year a simplified control, see. Annex 2, and at least every three years, the checks must be carried out, as specified in annex 3-7, see. However, paragraphs 4 and 5.

(2). The frequency of tests shall be determined on the basis of the quantity of water as water supply plant has produced or distributed the previous calendar year. Can this water quantity is not reported or expected conditions significantly changed, the frequency determined by the Municipal Council after an estimate of the amount of water. The frequency of testing, see. Annex 11 shall be determined on the basis of the number of population, which at the time of delivery must be assumed in whole or in part to receive drinking water abstracted from surface water.

(3). Where water supply systems are part of a common scheme, encompassing several municipalities, municipal councils can decide that the control frequency must be determined for the municipalities or for a part of the municipalities of the community on the basis of the quantity of water distributed in the total supply area. Municipal Councils may in that case decide on the distribution of checks on the wiring in each municipality. Can there not be agreed between the municipal councils on the allocation, determined by nature Agency.

(4). The Municipal Council may decide that the control frequency of the limited control may be reduced, see. Annex 9.

(5). When it is determined that it is likely that one or more of the parameters set out in annex 1 (a) to (d) is not present, the local authority for individual water supply systems or in General decide that checks for one or more parameters included in annex 6-7 can be reduced to the frequency, which is set out in annex 10.

(6). The Municipal Council may decide that the checks must be carried out more frequently than specified in annexes 9 and 10, when the outcome of previous studies, the plant's specific exposure to pollution or other conditions speak for it.

(7). The Municipal Council may not reduce the frequency of testing for surface waters within the scope of section 7 (1) (8). 8. Paragraph 8. The Municipal Council must inform the Agency about the decisions taken pursuant to paragraphs 1 to 6.

§ 9. For water plants, which are covered by section 6 (1). 5 has to be made one normal control once a year. The company's permanent staff exceeds 50, however, the Municipal Council must take a decision on further inspection. § 7 (2) and (4) and section 8, paragraphs 6, 7 and 8 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

§ 10. For nødvandforsynings plants, which are covered by section 6 (1). 6, provides for one normal control once a year. § 7 (2) and (3) and section 8, paragraphs 6, 7 and 8 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

(2). For drinking water, which is distributed via tanker or tanker, the nature and frequency of checks is determined by the Municipal Council.

§ 11. For water plants, which are covered by article 6, paragraph 2, it shall take a decision on the Municipal Council the nature and frequency of checks.

Survey of water samples



§ 12. Spots for taking water samples used in the regular inspections, shall be approved by the Municipal Council at the same time as a decision is taken without prejudice to the inspection system. section 6, paragraph 3.

§ 13. Water samples must be taken and examined in a laboratory that is accredited for this purpose, see. the applicable at any time the Executive order on quality criteria for miljømålinger3).

Other studies



§ 14. By the Municipal Board's action can be carried out studies of the water from the water supply systems in addition to the checks referred to in §§ 7-11. The studies shall be carried out to the extent that the Municipal Council or nature Agency considers it to be necessary, including those for the assessment of complaints and to the decision of matters relating to the amendment of an area's water supply structure. Samples must be taken and examined in a laboratory, in accordance with article 3. § 13. Studies paid for by the Municipal Council.

(2). The Municipal Council may decide that it is the responsibility of the owner of the property's installations to let perform additional studies of water quality, as well as studies of the property's installations for detecting possible sources of pollution. The Municipal Council can only decide that these studies must be paid by the owner in cases where it is found that the water from a water supply installations covered by article 6, paragraph 1, on delivery to the property meets the quality requirements set out in the notice.

Notification obligation



§ 15. If the results of the studies, as the owner of a public water supply systems perform, or cause to perform, of its own motion, or on the basis of the conditions laid down in the installation's reclamation permit or similar, showing that the water quality is not in accordance with the established requirements, the owner of the plant must immediately notify the Municipal Council. The owner of the water supply system shall cause that the investigating laboratory shall inform the Municipal Council and owner of breaches of the microbiological quality requirements, see. Annex 1 (d), as soon as possible and no later than the same business day in which the overruns noted. The owner of a water supply system shall likewise inform the local authority, if in the water found other chemical or microbiological contaminants.

Precautions against unsatisfactory water quality



§ 16. The water in a water distribution system does not meet the quality requirements laid down by virtue of this Ordinance, or is judged to be the water in a water supply system to be a health risk, or are there after the local Board's discretion nearby danger that water can be a health risk, the Municipal Council shall take a decision in accordance with § 62 of the measures to be taken.

(2). Meet the water in a public water supply systems is not the quality requirements laid down pursuant to this Ordinance, the Municipal Council in the summons, which shall be granted in accordance with section 62 (1), grant derogations from the annex 1 (a)-(d) quality requirements laid down for a certain period, to be determined as short as possible and shall not exceed 3 years. The same is true for non-General water supply plant, which produces more than 3000 m3 of water annually, as well as water supply installations covered by section 6 (1). 2-5. The provisions of paragraph 3. There can be no derogation from the annex 1 d quality requirements laid down for the microbiological parameters, apart from the colony count 22 ° C.

(4). Before there can be made, an opinion must be obtained from the health protection agency.

(5). A derogation from the annex 1 (a)-(d) established quality requirements can not be granted if there is an immediate opportunity to procure other water supply.

(6). In the context of a derogation from the annex 1 (a)-(d) quality requirements laid down in section 62 of the Act after the Municipal Council shall take a decision on the measures to be taken during the period for which the exemption is applicable.

(7). Implementation of the restrictions on use, see. paragraph 6, such as interruption of the water supply, establishment of alternative water supply and cooking recommendations happens for General water supplies after prior discussion with the health protection agency.

(8). Implementation of the restrictions on use, see. paragraph 6, happens for non-General water supplies in accordance with guidelines drawn up after discussion with the health protection agency.

§ 17. Derogations granted in accordance with section 16, paragraph 2, shall contain the indication of the grounds for the derogation; 1), (2)) information about the parameter concerned and previous relevant monitoring results, 3) an indication of the maximum permissible value under the derogation, 4) an indication of the geographical area, the quantity of water supplied each day, the population concerned and whether there is any relevant food business are affected , 5) a suitable control plan, if necessary, with increased monitoring frequency, 6) a summary of the project for the necessary remedial action, including a timetable for the work and an estimate of the cost and provisions for reviewing, and 7), an indication of the duration of the derogation.

(2). The Municipal Council must adequately inform consumers affected by the derogation, relating to the exemption, conditions and, if necessary, provide guidance to consumers about the extent to which the derogation could present a special risk. Municipal Board shall send copies of the derogation for nature Agency.
(3). In derogation period should be the local authority overseeing the corrective measures in order to determine whether sufficient progress has been made.

(4). Orders containing a waiver to a water supply, which has permission to the abstraction of more than 350,000 m3 of water annually, the Councillor immediately sent a copy to the Agency, which sends the derogation on to the European Commission.

§ 18. Is exceeded the quality requirements in the water from a water supply systems are not remedied within 3 years of the basic regulation. section 16 (2), the local authority, on application by the owner of the water supply system and after received the opinion of the National Board of health, of the water supply system or for defined areas, grant derogations from the annex 1 (a)-(d) established quality requirements.

(2). There can be no derogation from the quality requirements laid down in annex 1 d for microbiological parameters.

(3). A derogation from the annex 1 (a)-(d) established quality requirements can not be granted if there is an immediate opportunity to procure other water supply.

(4). In the context of a derogation from the annex 1 (a)-(d) quality requirements laid down in section 62 of the Act after the Municipal Council shall take a decision on the measures to be taken during the period for which the exemption is applicable.

(5). A derogation from the annex 1 (a)-(d) established quality requirements, be given for a specified period, to be determined as short as possible and shall not exceed 3 years.

(6). The derogation shall contain the information referred to in section 17, paragraph 1.

(7). In derogation period should be the local authority overseeing the corrective measures in order to determine whether sufficient progress has been made.

(8). The Municipal Council must adequately inform consumers affected by the derogation, on derogation, on the conditions and, if necessary, provide guidance to consumers about the extent to which the derogation could present a special risk.

(9). The Municipal Council shall immediately send a copy of the exemption to nature Agency, which sends it on to the European Commission.

§ 19. In exceptional cases, the Municipal Council, after nature Agency and the European Commission's approval, grant a further derogation. The owner of the water supply system shall send the application as well as a consultation from municipal to nature Agency.

(2). In connection with the application and the granting of a derogation under paragraph 1, section 18 apply mutatis mutandis.

Chapter 4 monitoring of water use section 20. The owners of the water supply systems, which by their very nature, would require reclamation authorization in accordance with section 20 shall register the quantities of water abstracted from the installation, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). For non-General works which, by their nature would require authorisation in accordance with article 20, paragraph 1, no. 1 and 2, it shall take a decision on the Municipal Council, the extent to which must be controlled with the light water quantity.

§ 21. Measurement of catchment amount must be done with a measuring device, whose character at any time can be determined by the Municipal Council.

§ 22. The plant's owner must record the date of each statement of the abstraction and the water volume, gained since the last registration. Registration for installations with an annual permissible abstraction of less than 100,000 m3 will take place at the beginning of each year, for installations with an annual permissible abstraction on 100,000-350,000 m3 at the beginning of each quarter and for plants with an annual permissible abstraction of over 350,000 m3 at the beginning of each month.

(2). The registration must be kept for at least 10 years and on request presented to the authorities.

§ 23. The plant's owner must send notification to the Municipal Council of the plant årsindvinding, of a fixed amount of time 1. January to December 31. December. Notification must take place before the 1. February the following year. Measuring device is replaced during the year, this must be stated in the notification.

(2). The Municipal Council must assess the reported information, including the size of the experience water volumes. The Municipal Council must then within the 1. April register reports in the common public data base of ground and drinking water wells (Jupiter).

(3). General water supply plant, which receives water from other installations shall also report the size of the distributed amount of water to the Municipal Council, of a fixed amount of time 1. January to December 31. December. General plant, which supplies water to other water supplies, must provide information about the size of this shipment.

Sounding of the water level



§ 24. The plant's owner shall measure and record the groundwater level in the catchment wells and surrounding wells and wells in so far as it is intended in the reclamation authorization. The results must be kept for at least 10 years. They must be presented on request to the authorities.

(2). Results in accordance with paragraph 1, that the request is sent to the geological survey of Denmark and Greenland, to be sent via the common public data base of ground and drinking water wells (Jupiter).

Chapter 5 monitoring of technical plants § 25. The Municipal Council oversees the technical facilities at the General water supply plant and at plants covered by article 6, paragraph 1, no. 2 and 3.

(2). Supervision must, among other things. include the installation's décor and feature and its maintenance and cleaning mode.

(3). The Municipal Council decides on the technical monitoring frequency.

(4). For other water supply systems Municipal Council can decide whether there should be such a supervision.

Chapter 6 other reporting obligations of section 26. The owner of a water supply system shall cause that the investigating laboratory no later than 6 weeks after the taking of water samples shall report the results of the checks referred to in article 6. sections 7-11, to the local authority via the common public data base of ground and drinking water wells (Jupiter) and sends the results of the monitoring of water quality in accordance with this Ordinance to the owner of the water supply system. When the Municipal Council under section 15 will receive information on other studies of water quality, it must notify the Agency.

(2). Municipal Board shall send copies of the findings of the oversight of the technical installations, see. section 25, to the owner of the water system and to nature.

§ 27. The Municipal Council must report the information on which the Municipal Council receives about reclamation quantity from water supply systems to the geological survey of Denmark and Greenland via the common public data base of ground and drinking water wells (Jupiter) (2). The Municipal Council must report the information on which the Municipal Council receives from the laboratories of the quality of water from water supply systems to the common public data base of ground and drinking water wells (Jupiter) within 4 weeks after the investigating laboratory has reported the results to the Municipal Council.

(3). Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland shall, on request, inform the reported information to municipal councils, nature Agency, the National Board of health, veterinary and Food Administration and other authorities.

(4). The format of the reporting to the common public data base of ground and drinking water (Jupiter) to be determined by the nature of the negotiated procedure with at.

Chapter 7 Information to consumers about the quality of the section 28. The owner of a public water supply systems must provide the necessary information about the water supply and the quality of drinking water available to consumers. The information must include at least the information about 1) water supply name, address, telephone number, e-mail, website and any contacts, 2) supply areas, 3) reclamation quantities and areas where the water abstracted from, 4) water treatment at water supply plant, 5) drinking water quality in relation to the maximum values laid down in accordance with Annex 1 (a) to (d) of the results of additional investigations pursuant to section 7, paragraph 3, or quality requirements laid down by the conditions in the permit, including the number of reclamation and results of all analyses carried out in accordance with this Ordinance and the conditions in the permit, reclamation and 6) a general description of the quality of drinking water, including values for common parameters such as hardness, iron, manganese and microbiological quality, values for parameters of particular local significance, such as nitrate, nickel and fluoride, as well as information about the exceedances of the maximum values laid down in accordance with Annex 1 (a) to (d) of the results of additional studies under section 7 (3) or quality requirements laid down by the conditions in the reclamation authorization.

(2). The owner of the General water supply system shall at least once a year to update information in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3). Information, see. (1). 1 and nr. 6 water supply should be available on the website or at least once a year are published in a printed medium which is available to all consumers of water from the General water supply systems, URf.eks. a distributed local magazine, a local directory or a household distributed leaflet. It must appear from the published where and how the consumer can obtain further information on the conditions under paragraph (1), nr. 2-5. Chapter 8 Complaint section 29. Municipal Board's decisions can be appealed to the Nature-and Environmental complaints board according to the rules laid down in chapter 13.

(2). Nature agency decisions may not appealed from.

Chapter 9 Penalty section 30. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the legislation, is punishable by a fine, the
1) not have carried out regular studies of the plant's water quality in accordance with sections 6-13, 2) fail to inform the Municipal Council under section 15, 3) fails to verify, record or report the quantities of water or groundwater pursuant to section 20, paragraph 1, article 22, paragraph 1, article 23, paragraphs 1 and 3, and section 24, 4) override decisions pursuant to section 7, paragraph 3, article 14, paragraph 2, article 20, paragraph 2, and article 21, 5) fails to keep registration or results or refuses to furnish these upon request without prejudice to article. section 22 (2) and section 24, 6) fails to submit the results in accordance with section 26, paragraphs 1 and 2, or 7) fails to provide information or to publish this in accordance with section 28.

(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions Chapter 10 section 31. The notice shall enter into force on 14 July. November 2011.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 1449 of 11. December 2007 on water quality and supervision of water supply systems and executive order No. 162 of 29. April 1980 on quality requirements, etc., into surface waters used for the abstraction of drinking water.

The Ministry of the environment, the 31. October 2011 Ida Auken/Helle Pilsgaard



Annex 1 (a) Quality requirements for drinking water main component Where nothing else is mentioned, there is in the tables talking about maximum permissible values.





 

 

 

 



 

 



Water quality standard



 





Parameter





Unit





Value at departure from vandværk1) value at the entrance to ejendom2) Value by consumer taphane3) Comments







Color





mg Pt/l





57)





15





15



 





Turbiditet





FTU





0,37)





1





1



 





Lugt

Smag





Subjektiv bedømmelse



 

 

 



Vandet må ikke have en afvigende smag og lugt, desinfektionsmidler undtaget







Temperatur





ºC



 

 

 



Det bør tilstræbes, at vandet er højst 12º C ved taphanen







pH



 



7 – 8,5





7 – 8,5





7 – 8,5 





Vandet må ikke være kalkaggressivt







Ledningsevne





mS/m



 

 

 



Vandets ledningsevne bør som minimum være 30 mS/m ved 25° C







NVOC (C)





mg/L





4





4





4



 





Inddampningsrest





mg/L





1.500





1.500





1.500



 





Calcium (Ca)





mg/L



 

 

 



Indholdet bør ikke overstige 200 mg/l







Magnesium (Mg)





mg/L





50





50





50



 





Hårdhed, total





ºdH



 

 

 



Vandets hårdhed bør ligge mellem 5º og 30º dH







Natrium (Na)





mg/L





175





175





175



 





Kalium12) (K)





mg/L





10





10





10



 





Ammonium4) 5) 13) (NH4)





mg/L





0,05





0,05





0,05



 





Jern5) (Fe)





mg/L





0,1





0,2





0,2



 





Mangan5) (Mn)





mg/L





0,02





0,05





0,05



 





Bikarbonat (HCO3)





mg/L



 

 

 



Indholdet bør være over 100 mg/l







Klorid (Cl)





mg/L





250





250





250



 





Sulfat (SO4)





mg/L





250





250
250



 





Nitrat (NO3)





mg/L





50





50





50



 





Nitrit5) 6) (NO2)





mg/L





0,017)





0,1





0,1



 





Totalt fosforindhold11) (P)





mg/L





0,15





0,15





0,15



 





Fluorid (F)





mg/L





1,5





1,5





1,5



 





Ilt (O2)





mg/l





8)





5



 



Minimumskrav







Aggressiv kuldioxid9) (CO2)





mg/L





2





2





2



 





Svovlbrinte9) (H2S)





mg /L





0,05





0,05





0,05



 





Metan9) CH4





mg/L





0,01





0,01





0,01



 





Klor, frit og total10) Cl





mg/L Content should be at least possible in compliance with the microbiological requirements 1)







Sample is extracted from the output cord or rentvandsbeholder at the water plant.









2)







Sample is extracted at the entrance to the building (at the water meter or the nearest taphane hereafter) when the water ran so long that the water that stands in installations and connector cord, is udskyllet, and the water has run for at least 5 minutes.









3)







Sample is extracted as described in the environmental protection agency's Guide No. 3, 2005, www.naturstyrelsen.dk.









4)







In order to avoid the exceeding of the limit of nitrite content in oxygenated and filtered to wiring water be less than 0.05 mg/l, however, the ammonium content up to 0.5 mg/l is acceptable, when drinking water is not filtered at the water plant, and ammonium content, moreover, not be converted to nitrite in the wiring.









5)







Exceedances due to renewal of the filter materials can occur, but should be restricted as much as possible.









6)







The content must be less than 0.5 mg/l by disinfection with chloramine.









7)







If it can be documented that the quality requirement at the entrance to the estate is complied with, be allowed higher value at departure from waterworks to a maximum value at the entrance to the property.









8)







Oxygen levels must be so high that the minimum limit value at the entrance to the property at 5 mg/l are observed.









9)







The specified limits correspond to the limit of detection for the methods used. The specified limits for carbon dioxide can be equivalent to the detection limit, possibly. be lower than the detection limit depending on the sample content of hydrogen, see. the notice of the quality requirements for environmental measurements, annex 1.4.









10)







Or residue of other disinfectant.









11)







Higher value, however, may be allowed a maximum of 0.3 mg/l, if it can be demonstrated that phosphorus content due to geological deposits in the aquifer and it is not possible to improve water quality









12)







Higher value, however, may be allowed a maximum of 20 mg/l, if it can be demonstrated that potassium content due to geological deposits in the aquifer and it is not possible to improve water quality









13)







The content must be less than 0.2 mg/l by disinfection with chloramine.













Annex 1 (b) Quality requirements for inorganic trace elements water quality standard



 





Parameter





Unit





At the entrance to the ejendom1 value) value for-

user's taphane2) notes to the value of for-

user's taphane







Aluminium Al





µg/L





100





200



 



 

 

 

 

 





Antimon Sb





µg/L





2
5





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)





 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 





Arsen As





µg/L





5





10





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)







Barium Ba





µg/L





700





700



 





Beryllium Be





µ g/L





10





10



 





Lead Pb





µg/L





5





10





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)







Bor B





µg/L





10004)





1000



 





Cadmium Cd





µg/L





2





5





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)







Cobolt Co





µ g/L





5





5



 





Chrome Cr





µg/L





20





50





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)







Cyanid Cn





µg/L





50





50



 





Kobber Cu





µg/L





100





2000





Efter henstand 12 timer i forbrugerens installation







Kviksølv5) Hg





µg/L





1





1



 





Lithium Li





µ g/L





1000





1000



 





Molybdenum Mo





µ g/L





20





20



 





Nickel Ni





µg/L





20





20





Beregnet gennemsnitsværdi3)







Selen Se





µg/L





10





10



 





Strontium Sr





µ g/L





10000





10000



 





Sølv6) Ag





µg/L





10





10



 





Thallium Tl





µ g/L





1





1



 





Tin Sn





µg/L





10





1500





Efter henstand 12 timer i forbrugerens installation







Zink Zn





µg/L





100





3000

 

 

5000 Calculated gennemsnitsværdi3) leave 12 hours in the consumer's installation Halogenic derivatives





 

 

 

 





Chlorite (ClO2-)) 7





µ g/L





50





50



 





Chlorate (ClO3-)) 7





µ g/L





50





50



 





Sum of chlorite and chlorate





µ g/L





50





50



 





Bromate 8) (BrO3-)





µ g/L





10





10



 







Radio activity-





 

 

 

 







Indicators





 

 
 

 





Tritium 9)





Bq/L





100





100



 





Total indicative dose 9) mSv/year





0.1





0.1



 







1)







Sample is extracted at the entrance to the building (at the water meter or the nearest taphane hereafter) when the water ran so long that the water that stands in installations and connector cord, is udskyllet, and the water has run for at least 5 minutes. If water plant can prove that there is no supply of metals in the wiring, measurement can be carried out on departure instead from the water plant, see. Annex 6.









2)







The sample taken from the consumer's taphane as described in the environmental protection agency's Guide No. 3, 2005, www.naturstyrelsen.dk.









3)







The average value shall be determined according to the method, as described in the instructions of the Ministry of the environment no. 9191 by 24. April 2009, www.retsinformation.dk.









4)







It should be pursued to provide water with such a low content of boron as possible and best under 300 µ g/l.









5)







It should be pursued to provide water with such a low content of mercury as possible and best under 0.1 µ g/l.









6)







Be determined only if using silver as a material or chemical.









7)







The degradation products are present in the applied chlorine solution and could be further increased by deferment of water plant.









8)







Is determined only by disinfection with chlorine, ozone or similar strong Oxidising substances.









9)







The measurement shall be carried out at selected stations on the national level.













Annex 1 c Quality requirements for organic micropollutants Parameter





Water quality standard





Comments





 



Value by

Departure from

Vandværk1) µ g/L





Value at the entrance to ejendom2) µ g/L





Value by consumer taphane3) µ g/L



 







Klorholdige





opløsningsmidler





 

 

 

 





Flygtige organiske klorforbindelser4)12)





1





1





1





Værdien gælder for hvert enkelt stof







Sum af flygtige organiske klorforbindelser4)





3





3





3





Sumværdien kan kun anvendes, hvis koncentrationen af enkeltstofferne er under 1 µg/l







Vinylchlorid





0,3





0,3





0,5



 





Chlorbenzener mono-, di- og tri-





1





1





1





Værdien gælder for hvert enkelt stof







Sum af trihalomethaner5)





25





25





25





Kloringen bør gennemføres, så indholdet bliver lavest muligt









Indhold i





olieprodukter





 

 

 

 





Alkylbenzener6)





1





1





1





Bestemmes som summen af 1-methyl-3-ethylbenzen, 1,2,4-trimethylbenzen og 1,3,5-trimethylbenzen







Benzen6)





1





1





1



 





Naftalen6)7)





2





2





2



 





Methyl-tertiær-butylether MTBE6)





5





5





5





Stoffet indgår i benzinprodukter







It should be pursued, the content is less than 2 µ g/l.



 

 

 

 





1,2-dibromethan6)





0,018)





0,018)





0,018)





Stoffet indgik i de gamle blyholdige benzinprodukter







Total olie6)





5





5





10
 







PAH compounds

7)





 

 

 

 





Fluoranthen





0,1





0,1





0,1



 





Benzo(a)pyren





0,01





0,01





0,01



 





Sum af benzo(b)fluoranthen, benzo(k)fluoranthen, benzo(ghi)perylen og indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyren





0,1





0,1





0,1



 







Pesticider

9)





 

 

 

 





Aldrin, dieldrin, heptachlor, heptachlorepoxid





0,03





0,03





0,03





Værdien gælder for hvert enkelt pesticid







Andre pesticider





0,1





0,1





0,1





Værdien gælder for hvert enkel t pesticid







Sum af alle pesticider





0,5





0,5





0,5



 







Fenoler





 

 

 

 





Sum of nonylphenol and octylphenol





20





20





20



 





Øvrige fenoler13)





0,5





0.5





0.5





The value applies to each type of phenol





 

 

 

 

 







Chlorinated phenols





 

 

 

 





Pentachlorophenol





0,01 10)





0,01 10)





0,01 10)



 





Øvrige klorfenoler





0.1





0.1





0.1





The value applies to each type of chlorine-phenol









Phthalates





 

 

 

 





Di-ethyl-hexyl-phthalate (DEHP)





1





1





1



 





Sum of other



 

 

 

 





Phthalates





1





1





5



 







Detergents





 

 

 

 





Anionic detergents 100





100





100



 







Material monomers 11)





 

 

 

 





Acrylamide





0.1





0.1





0.1





Use of chemicals with the content thereof should be avoided







Acrylonitrile





0.05





0.05





0.1



 





Epichlorohydrin





0.1





0.1





0.1



 





Formaldehyde





10





10





50



 





Styrene





0.2





0.2





1



 





Vinyl chloride





0.3





0.3





0.5



 



 

 







1)







Sample is extracted from the output cord or rentvandsbeholder at the water plant.









2)







Sample is extracted at the entrance to the building (at the water meter or the nearest taphane hereafter) when the water ran so long that the water that stands in installations and connector cord, is udskyllet, and the water has at least during 5 minutes.









3)
Sample is extracted as described in the environmental protection agency's Guide No. 3, 2005, www.blst.dk.









4)







By volatile organochlorine compounds means di-and dichlorethener, 1.2-dichloroethane, trichloromethane, trichlorethene and tetrachlorethene, trichlorethaner and tetrachlorethaner.









5)







By trihalomethanes means the sum of the contents of trichloromethane, dichlorbrommethan, chlordibrommethan and tribrommethan, which is formed by the chlorination of the water content of natural organic matter.









6)







Indicator for oil and petrol products.









7)







Indicator for tar products.









8)







The specified quality requirements can not be determined with a method that is widely used in the laboratory. There have, until better techniques are developed, used a method has a detection limit of not more than 0.05 µ g/l.









9)







By pesticides means organic insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, nematocides, acaricides, algicides, rodenticides and slimicider, as well as similar products (e.g. growth regulators) and their metabolites, degradation and reaction products.









10)







The specified quality requirements can not be determined sufficiently well with a method that is widely used in the laboratory. There have, until better techniques are developed, used a method has a detection limit of not more than 0.01 µ g/l.









11)







The specified quality requirements refers to the contents of monomers into the water, calculated in accordance with the specifications for the maximum migration from equivalent polymerized products in contact with drinking water.









12)







If the contents of chloroform in råvandet is greater than 1 µ g/l it should be investigated whether the source is natural or pollution. If the content is natural can be allowed a higher value, however, a maximum of 10 µ g/l.









13)







Quality requirement does not apply to naturally occurring phenols, which reacts with the chlorine.













Annex 1 d quality criteria for microbiological parameters Parameter





Unit





Water quality standard





 

 



Værdi ved afgang fra vandværk1)





Værdi ved indgang til ejendom2)





Værdi ved forbrugerens taphane6)







Coliforme bakterier





Pr. 100 ml





i.m.3)





i.m.3)





i.m.3)







Escherichia coli (E. coli)





Pr. 100 ml





i.m.3)





i.m.3)





i.m.3)







Kimtal ved 37° C





Pr. ml





5





20





20







Kimtal ved 22° C





Pr. ml





50

104)





200





200







Enterokokker





Pr. 100 ml





i.m.3)





i.m.3)





i.m.3)







Clostridium perfringens, herunder sporer5)





Pr. 50 ml





i.m.3)





i.m.3)





i.m.3)









1)







Sample is extracted from the output cord or rentvandsbeholder at the water plant.









2)







Sample is extracted at the entrance to the building (at the water meter or the nearest taphane hereafter) when the water ran so long that the water that stands in installations and connector cord, is udskyllet, and the water has run for at least 5 minutes.









3)







i.m. = not measurable by the designated method.









4)







The value applies to the disinfected water.









5)







Parameter is determined only if the water originates from or is influenced by surface water.









6)







Sample is extracted by taphanen when the water has run for a maximum of 30 seconds.













Annex 2 Simplified control (not General water supply plant) Water appearance and lugt1) pH conductivity coliforms Nitrate Escherichia coli (E. coli) Total phosphorus content





Kimtal ved 22° C





 



Clostridium perfringens, herunder sporer2)









1)







Subjektiv bedømmelse
2) the investigation shall be made only if the water originates from or is influenced by surface water.













Bilag 3

Begrænset kontrol (i vandforsyningsanlægs ledningsnet)









Vandets udseende1) 2)





Nitrit3)







Lugt og smag





Klor, frit og total4)







Ledningsevne





Aluminium5)







Temperatur





Coliforme bakterier







pH





Escherichia coli (E. coli)







Ammonium6)





Kimtal ved 37° C7)







Jern





Kimtal ved 22° C







Ilt





PAH-forbindelser8)





 

 







1)







Subjective rating.









2)







Includes, among other things. colour and turbidity.









3)







Only required when water is disinfected with chloramine, or when the ammonium content in final test by mains water (annex 4) and (5) exceeds 0.05 mg/l.









4)







Or residue of other disinfectant. The assay should only be performed if the water be disinfected; analysis of free and total chlorine must be carried out at the sampling point.









5)







Only required if used aluminiumholdige water treatment chemicals, or if lime water is transported in concrete-aggressively or cement pipes.









6)







Be measured only by chloramine added.









7)







Are determined only on indication of microbial contamination or by wire breakage.









8)







If the plant is used in water supply pipes of iron with interior tar coatings, carried out the study referred to in annex 1 shall PAH compounds with the frequency specified in bilag10 for control of organic micropollutants.













Bilag 4

Normal kontrol (på vandværket)









Vandets udseende1) 2)





Nitrat







Lugt og smag





Nitrit







Temperatur





Sulfat3)







pH





Totalt fosforindhold3)







Ledningsevne





Klor, frit og total4)







NVOC





Coliforme bakterier







Ammonium





Escherichia coli (E. coli) Iron





Kimtal ved 37° C







Mangan





Kimtal ved 22° C







Klorid





Enterokokker5)







Fluorid





Clostridium perfringens, herunder sporer6)





 







1)







Subjective rating.









2)







Includes, among other things. colour and turbidity.









3)







For water supply plant with an annual amount of over 35000 cubic metres of water udpumpet, analysis can be omitted if the values obtained by surveys in the previous 2 years, has been consistent and well below the quality requirements set out in annex 1, and there is no evidence of conditions, which could degrade water quality.









4)







Or residue of other disinfectant. The assay should only be performed if the water be disinfected; analysis of free and total chlorine must be carried out at the sampling point.









5)







Enterococci are measured only by the presence of e. coli.









6)







The study is carried out only if the water originates from or is influenced by surface water.













Bilag 5

Udvidet kontrol (på vandværket)









Farve





Klorid







Turbiditet





Sulfat







Lugt og smag1)





Nitrat







Temperatur





Nitrit







pH





Totalt fosforindhold







Ledningsevne





Fluorid







Inddampningsrest





Ilt







NVOC





Aggressiv kuldioxid







Calcium





Svovlbrinte2)







Magnesium





Metan2)







Hårdhed, total
Klor, frit og total3)







Natrium





Coliforme bakterier







Kalium





Escherichia coli (E. coli)







Ammonium





Kimtal ved 37° C







Jern





Kimtal ved 22° C







Mangan





Enterokokker4)







Bikarbonat





Clostridium perfringens, herunder sporer5)





 

 







1)







Subjective rating.









2)







The survey should only be performed if the parameter is detected in well control.









3)







Or residue of other disinfectant. The assay should only be performed if the water be disinfected; analysis of free and total chlorine is carried out at the sampling point.









4)







Enterococci are measured only by the presence of e. coli.









5)







The study is carried out only if the water originates from or is influenced by surface water.













Annex 6 control of inorganic trace elements

(in water supply fixed ledningsnet1) or on the water plant)

Inorganic tracers measured in the nationwide groundwater monitoring program GRUMO. Results have shown that the water works with an annual udpumpet water volume up to 350,000 m3 is only required to measure for a reduced measurement program as listed below. Water works over this size should analyze for all substances having regard to the precautionary principle. Nature agency can change investigation programmes at the annual revision of the annexes.









For water plants with an annual udpumpet amount of water over 350,000 m3 must be checked for:







Aluminium2)





Cyanid3)







Antimon





Copper







Arsen





Krom, total







Barium





Kviksølv







Bly





Nikkel







Bor





Selen







Bromat4)





Sølv5)







Cadmium





Strontium6)







Cobolt





Zinc





 

 





For water plants with an annual udpumpet water volume up to 350,000 m3 must be checked for:







Aluminium2)





Cyanid3)







Arsen





Nikkel







Bor





Sølv5)







Bromat4)





Strontium6)







Cobolt



 



 







1)







Sample is extracted at the entrance to the building (at the water meter or the nearest taphane hereafter) when the water ran so long that the water that stands in the installations and connector cord, is udskyllet, and the water has at least over in 5 minutes. Water plant is the person responsible for the water quality up to the entrance to the consumer's property, but if water plant can prove that there is no supply of metals in the wiring, measurement can be carried out on departure instead from the water plant. Especially lead, copper, nickel and zinc will be added in to the mains supply.









2)







The analysis shall be carried out where groundwater pH is less than 6.









3)







Be measured only if the catchment basin are pollution sources here as URf.eks. the gasworks grounds dumps, salto plag or electroplating plants, which have been used or used cyanide.









4)







The assay should only be performed if the water disinfected with chlorine, ozone or similar strong Oxidising substances.









5)







The assay should only be performed if disinfection of tanks and the like with silver compounds.









6)







The assay should only be performed if the water abstracted from areas with chalk.













Annex 7 control of organic micropollutants (water plant) Compulsory Notes Pesticides and degradation products







The study includes the pesticides and degradation products (currently 23), as is specified in the environmental protection agency's regulatory guide No. 3/2005. The study includes, in addition, other pesticides known to be used in the catchment area, and estimated that could pose a threat to groundwater.





 

 





From 1. January 2012 will be replaced with the list of pesticides and degradation products in the Guide 3/2005 with the following list:



 



 

 





Active substance



 





2.4-D



 





Atrazine



 





Bentazone



 





Dichlobenil



 





Dichlorprop



 





Diuron1
 





ETU (Ethylenthiourea)



 





Glyphosate



 





Hexazinon



 





MCPA



 





Mechlorprop



 





Metribuzin2



 





Simazin



 



 

 





Degradation products



 





2.6-Dichlorbenzosyre



 





2.4-2.6-Dichlorphenol3 Dichlorphenol3 4CPP (2-(4-chlorphenoxy) propionic acid) 3 2.6-DCPP (2-(2,6-dichlorphenoxy-propionic acid)) 3 4-Nitrophenol4 AMPA (Aminomethylphosphorsyre)



 





BAM (2.6-Dichlorbenzamid)



 





DEIA (Desethyldesisopropyl-atrazine)



 





Desethyl-hydroxy-atrazine



 





Desethyl-atrazine



 





Desethyl-terbuthylazin



 





Desisopropyl-atrazine



 





Desisopropyl-hydroxy-atrazine



 





Didealkyl-hydroxy-atrazine



 





Hydroxy-atrazine



 





Hydroxy-simazine



 





Metribuzin-desamino-deketo2



 





Metribuzin-diketo2



 





Metribuzin-desamino2



 







Aromater





 





Benzene

Toluene

XYLENES

Naphthalene Where there has not previously been carried out studies for aromatics, screening is used, where any fund followed up with a specific analysis for determination of substance and concentration.









Organochlorine compounds





 





The study shall contain at least the following substances:

Trichloromethane

Carbon tetrachloride

Trichlorethene

Tetrachlorethene

1,1,1-trichloroethane

1.2-dichloroethane if not previously conducted investigations of organochlorine compounds, screening is used, where any fund followed up with a specific analysis for determination of substance and concentration.









Required by the special conditions, this parameter is determined, if vinyl chloride has been found content of tri-and/or tetrachlorethene.







PAH compounds:

Benz (a) pyrene

Benz (b) fluoranthene

Benz (k) fluoranthene

Benz (ghi) perylene

Indeno (1,2,3-cd) pyrene

Fluoranthene Study shall be carried out, if the reclamation basin are areas contaminated with oil-, tar or asphalt products, including URf.eks. from petrol stations and gasworks reasons.







Trihalomethanes:

Trichloromethane

Dichlorbrommethan

Chlordibrommethan

Tribrommethan Study should only be performed if the water disinfected with chlorine, ozone and similar strong Oxidising substances.









Other drug groups adapted to the potential pollution sources That refer to the environmental protection agency's Guide No. 2, 1997, on well control on water plants, particularly Annex 1 (description of individual point sources) and 2 (Line feeds) Phenols URf.eks.



 





Phenol



 





2-methylphenol



 





3-methylphenol



 





4-methylphenol



 





2.3-dimethylphenol



 





2.4-dimethylphenol



 





2.5-dimethylphenol



 





2,6-dimethylphenol



 







Anioniske detergenter





 





Olieprodukter:

Alkylbenzenes measured by the sum of indicator substances: 1-methyl-3-Ethylbenzene, 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene, 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene

Benzene

Naphthalene

Methyl tertiary-butyl ether, MTBE

1.2-dibrommethan

Total oil Investigation is determined by a detailed knowledge of the source of contamination. If the source is unknown, there may be a need to analyze for all specified parameters.





 





1)





At the knowledge that for decades has not been nursery or commercial cultivation of greenery, Christmas trees, fruit trees and fruit bushes within the catchment area, the substance can be deleted from the control.







2)





At the knowledge that for decades has been kartoffelavl within the catchment area, the substance can be deleted from the control.







3)





Group of chlorophenols can be breakdown products or impurities from phenoxysyrer, but there may also be other sources.







4)





Commonly used chemicals in the chemical industry, but can also act as a breakdown product from individual fungicides.













Annex 8 well control (in the individual catchment wells) Temperature
Nitrat







pH





Nitrit







Ledningsevne





Totalt fosforindhold







Inddampningsrest





Fluorid







NVOC





Ilt







Calcium





Aggressiv kuldioxid







Magnesium





Svovlbrinte1)







Natrium





Metan1)







Kalium





Aluminium2)







Ammonium





Nikkel







Jern





Arsen3)







Mangan





Barium3)







Bikarbonat





Bor3)







Chloride





Cobolt3)







Sulfat





Strontium6)





 



Pesticider og nedbrydningsprodukter4)





 



Andre organiske mikroforureninger5)





 

 







1)







The studies shall be carried out, if there are reasonable grounds for suspecting the presence of methane and hydrogen sulfide, or if nitrate content is less than 3 mg/l.









2)







Be examined, if the pH of the groundwater is under 6.









3)







The number of samples for examination can be reduced to a third of the frequency specified in annex 10, when three consecutive sampling has shown consistent and significantly lower content than the specified quality requirements, and there are no sources of pollution by these substances.









4)







Examination include the pesticides and degradation products, which are listed in annex 7. The study includes, in addition, other pesticides known to be used in the catchment area, and estimated that could pose a threat to groundwater.









5)







Analysis of organic micropollutants are selected after the pollution sources in the area (see control of organic micropollutants in annex 7).









6)







Examined by the abstraction in areas with chalk.













Annex 9 Inspection frequency by limited control (in water supply pipeline network)

For water supply plant with a manufactured or distributed water quantity of 3000 m3 per year or more shall be carried out at least the following number of annual surveys, see. Annex 3.

For water supply plant with a manufactured or distributed water quantity at 4.2 million. m3 per year or more calculated the frequency according to the following formula: 37 studies per year + 3 studies per year for each additional commenced produced or distributed water quantity of 350,000 m3/year.

The number of studies can maximum be reduced as indicated in table column for reduced physical checks. It can only happen if the values obtained by surveys in the previous 2 years, has been consistent and well below the quality requirements set out in annex 1, and there is no evidence of conditions, which could degrade water quality.











Distribueret eller produceret vandmængde









Kontrolhyppighed









Nedsat kontrolhyppighed











M

3

pr. år









Undersøgelser pr. år









Undersøgelser pr. år









3.000-10.000





½ 1)





½ 1)







10.000-35.000





1





1







35.000-350.000





4





2







350.000-700.000





7





3







700.000-1.050.000





10





5







1.050.000-1.400.000





13





6







1.400.000-1.750.000





16





8







1.750.000-2.100.000





19





9







2.100.000-2.450.000





22





11







2.450.000-2.800.000





25





12







2.800.000-3.150.000





28





14







3.150.000-3.500.000





31





15







3.500.000-3.850.000





34





17







3.850.000-4.200.000





37
18





 

 







1)







The fraction must be understood to mean a ½ sampling every two years.













Annex 10 physical checks on water supply systems and in the corresponding abstraction boreholes

For water supply plant with a manufactured or distributed water quantity of 3000 m3 per year or more shall be carried out at least the following number of annual surveys, see. Annex 4-8.

For water supply plant with a manufactured or distributed water quantity of between 14 million-35 million. m3 per year is subject to the following:

The frequency of tests shall be determined in total for the normal control and the expanded inspection in accordance with the following formula: 7 surveys per year + 1 investigations per year for each additional commenced produced or distributed water quantity of 3.5 million. m3 per year. The division between normal and extended control shall be determined by the Municipal Council, with the main weight of the samples in the normal controls.

For the control of organic micropollutants are also used the formula: 7 surveys per year + 1 examination per year for each additional commenced produced or distributed water quantity of 3.5 million. m3 per year.

Control of trace elements is carried out with the same frequency as the one selected for enhanced control.

The frequency of the checks shall be defined by the drilling of the commune.











Distribueret eller produceret vandmængde









Undersøgelser pr. år











m

3

pr. år







Normal kontrol





Udvidet kontrol





Kontrol med sporstoffer





Kontrol med organiske mikro-

contaminants Well-

kontrol







3.000-10.000





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/5 1)







10.000-35.000





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/2 1)





1/5 1)







35.000-350.000





1





1





1





1





1/4 1)







350.000-1.500.000





1





1





1





2





1/4 1)







1.500.000-2.660.000





2





1





1





3





1/3 1)







2.660.000-3.500.000





3





1





1





4





1/3 1)







3.500.000-7.000.000





4





1





1





5





1/3 1)







7.000.000-10.500.000





4





2





2





6





1/3 1)







10.500.000-14.000.000





5





2 2 7 1/3-1) the number of studies for each parameter in the control of trace elements and control of organic micropollutants can be reduced according to the following schema, when successive sampling has shown consistent and significantly lower content than the specified quality requirements, and there are no sources of pollution by these substances. For water supply plant with an annual quantity of water of over 350,000 udpumpet m3 per year required 3 consecutive studies, while for water supply systems under this size requires 2 consecutive studies.











Distributed or produced water quantity in m

3

pr. år







Kontrol med sporstoffer





Control of organic micropollutants 2)







3.000-10.000





1/6 1)





1/4 1)







10.000-35.000





1/6 1)





1/4 1)







35.000-350.000





1/3 1)





1/2 1)







350.000-1.500.000





1/3 1)





1







1.500.000-2.660.000





1/3 1)





3/2 1)







2.660.000-3.500.000





1/3 1)





2







3.500.000-7.000.000





1/3 1)





5/2 1)







7.000.000-10.500.000





2/3 1)





3
10.500.000-14.000.000





2/3 1)





7/2 1)





 

 

 







1)







The fraction must be understood to 1/6 means an examination every six years, while 1/5 means a survey every five years, 1/4 means an examination every four years, 1/3 means a survey every three years, and 1/2 means a survey every two years. 2/3 means that there must be 2 studies in the course of three years, while 3/2, 5/2 and 7/2 indicates that in the course of two years to be made respectively 3, 5 and 7 studies. For well inspections are carried out studies from wells in the rotation, so that all wells are examined every 5., 4. or 3. year.









2)







After two further studies without findings may further be reduced frequency of water plants with an annual amount of over 350,000 m3 water udpumpet, if there are no sources of pollution by these substances. However, the water works, with an annual water volume at udpumpet between 350,000 m3 and 1,500,000 m3 at least make one survey every two years, while water companies with an annual quantity of water in excess of 1,500,000 udpumpet m3, at least one study to be carried out each year.













Annex 11 physical checks for additional control of surface water for abstraction of drinking water Bear population, number of persons





Check per year







< 10.000





4







10.000 til 30.000





8







> 30.000





12











The frequency of testing is based on the supplied number of persons, since surface water is usually mixed up with drinking water produced from groundwater, and then it is distributed to a large number of people.
Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions that implement elements of Council Directive No. 98/83/EC of 3. November 1998 on the quality of drinking water, the official journal of the European communities 1998 No. L 330, p. 32 and parts of a European Parliament and Council Directive No. 2000/60/EC of 23. October 2000 establishing a framework for Community action in the field of water policy (water framework directive), the official journal of the European communities 2000 nr. L 327, page 1.

2) fork tube manual 003 can be found on www.ebst.dk and www.naturstyrelsen.dk 3) Bekendtgørelse nr. 900 by 17. August 2011 on the quality requirements for environmental measurements