First Water Freezing Regulation

Original Language Title: Erste Wassersicherstellungsverordnung

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The First Water Safety Regulation (1. WasSV)

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1. WasSV

Date of delivery: 31.03.1970

Full quote:

" First Water Ordinance of 31. March 1970 (BGBl. I p. 357) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 23. 4.1970 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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On the basis of § 3 (1) and (2) of the Water Protection Act (Water Protection Act) of 24 June 2013, August 1965 (Bundesgesetzbl. 1225, 1817), as amended by the Introductory Act on the Law on Administrative Offences of 24. May 1968 (Bundesgesetzbl. 503), the Federal Government, with the approval of the Federal Council, decrees: Non-official contents of the table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

The provisions This Regulation shall apply to precautionary measures in accordance with the Water Protection Act to cover the essential requirements for drinking water, to supply the water in an indispensable manner and to meet the needs of the extinguishing water. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Measurement of the vital need for drinking water

(1) To meet the vital needs of the Drinking water should be based on 15 litres per person per day.(2) For hospitals and institutions serving the accommodation of persons in need of care, 75 l, in surgical and infectious hospitals or in the appropriate departments in hospitals, are 150 l per hospital bed and day on the basis of the(3) For establishments and institutions whose continued work is indispensable in accordance with civil defence planning, the need for the type and extent of the services to be performed by the holding or the institution in the event of defence shall be calculated.(4) For the holding of livestock, it is generally necessary to lay down 40 litres per livestock unit and day. For the purposes of this Regulation:
1Horse or 1 beef over two years,
2Horses or 2 cattle under two years old,
5Pigs,
10sheep

as well as the corresponding number of other farm animals with a total live weight of 500 kg. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Nature of drinking water

(1) Drinking water from plants that are in accordance with civil defence planning in the If a defence is to be used to cover the essential needs for drinking water, it must be such that the health of the people and the farm animals by pathogens cannot be damaged by the enjoyment or use of the drinking water. It must continue to be free from other substances in a concentration which is harmful to health.(2) Where there is no other way to ensure that the essential requirements for drinking water are met, the requirements for the quality of the drinking water referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 may be met with the agreement of the competent health authority. if only minor and temporary health problems are to be provided. If there is a reasonable suspicion of the presence of substances in a concentration which is harmful to health in individual cases, the competent health authority shall decide whether the water can be used to meet the essential requirements. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Measurement of the requirements for operational water to an essential extent

The essential need for water for use in the Establishments and institutions whose continuing work is indispensable in the field of civil defence planning shall be calculated on the basis of the nature and extent of the services to be provided by the holding or the institution in the event of a defence. A non-official table of contents

§ 5 The nature of the operating water

(1) Operating water must be such that establishments and institutions which have been approved by the Civil defence planning can be provided in the case of defence. In detail, the nature depends on the type of use.(2) Operating water must be such that it is not to be feared that the health of the workers is harmful. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Measurement of the needs for looser water

(1) The demand for Löschwasser is usually a period of 5 hours. , it shall be determined according to the type and measure of the building use in accordance with the Baunuration Ordinance of 26. July 1962, as amended by the 26. November 1968 (Bundesgesetzbl. 1237). The type and extent of the structural use must be determined in accordance with the existing building plans, taking into account the requirements of the construction guidelines.(2) For each hectare of cultivated area, it is necessary to use as a demand:
1.in small settlement areas (WS), pure Residential areas (WR), general residential areas (WA), mixed areas (MI) and village areas (MD) up to a floor area number (GFZ) of 0.6144 cbm/5 h
2.pure residential areas (WR), general residential areas (WA), mixed areas (MI), village areas (MD), core areas (MK) and industrial areas (GE) up to a floor area number (GFZ) of 1.2288 cbm/5 h
3.in pure residential areas (WR), general residential areas (WA), mixed areas (MI), Core areas (MK), Special Areas (SO) and Industrial Areas (GE) up to a floor area number (GFZ) of 2.4576 cbm/5 h
4. in core areas (MK), special areas (SO) and industrial areas (GE) up to a floor area number (GFZ) of 4.0 and above960 cbm/5 h
5.in industrial areas (GI) up to a construction mass number (BMZ) of 9.0960 cbm/5 h.
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§ 7 Entry into force

This Regulation will enter into force on the day after it is announced.