The 'Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999' are national requirements for the design, installation, composition and maintenance of water fixtures and fittings.
These regulations are designed to protect consumers and the environment from poor water quality, unnecessary waste, misuse, and the contamination of wholesome water supplies.
The 'Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999' supersede local water byelaws in England and Wales.
All water systems must comply with the above regulations and can be subject to inspection.
In certain circumstances customers are required to notify their local water company before commencing any plumbing work.
A full list of criteria is detailed within the regulations, but it should be noted that most work in domestic properties could be installed without the need for notification.
However, domestic plumbing systems can be subject to inspection and enforcement.
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