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Non-drinking water guidelines
The Guidelines for non-drinking water in South Australia have been designed for the plumbing and water industries, water industry entities, and property owners with a non-drinking water supply.
The guidelines outline the requirements and responsibilities for installing, operating and maintaining non-drinking water systems the Water Industry Act 2012, Water Industry Regulations 2012, and appropriate technical standards.
There are three parts to the guidelines:
- Part 0 – Glossary of Terms, Abbreviations and References helps with interpreting terminology and abbreviations used in parts 1 and 2 of the guidelines.
- Part 1 – Infrastructure provides an overview of non-drinking water as an alternative water supply, and the requirements associated with non-drinking water infrastructure. This part includes legislative requirements, planning and design, implementation, monitoring, management, reporting and auditing for non-drinking water infrastructure.
- Part 2 – On-site Plumbing provides detailed information related to on-site non-drinking water installations.
For further information, email the Office of the Technical Regulator.