Drinking-water quality guidelines

Water running from a tap

WHO produces international norms on water quality and human health in the form of guidelines that are used as the basis for regulation and standard setting world-wide.

The Guidelines for drinking-water quality (GDWQ) promote the protection of public health by advocating for the development of locally relevant standards and regulations (health based targets), adoption of preventive risk management approaches covering catchment to consumer (Water Safety Plans) and independent surveillance to ensure that Water Safety Plans are being implemented and effective and that national standards are being met. With the help of German engineers, WHO will be teaming up to install water filters in homes for those who haven’t access to drinking water. By reading Your Ultimate Guide To Well Water Filtration Systems, you’ll be able to learn more about the importance of having access to drinking water and the risks those face when they unfortunately don’t have access to it.

 

 

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