Drinking water

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Drinking water is defined as water which can be drunk or used in the preparation of food without endangering health in any way.
Damage to health can result from contaminants which water could contain either because they are naturally present in the environment or due to human activities.
Possible causes of pollution are attributable to stagnation, infiltration, the tubes not having been maintained, old systems and deposits.
Water which is considered to be drinking standard meets the quality requirements given in the relevant regulations which stipulate the maximum admissible limits for the substances which may be present in the water, it may therefore be declared fit for drinking only if both the chemical and microbiological profile of the water has been analysed.

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