Enhesa MENA Expert, Sanaa Chakibi, explains Saudi Arabia’s Ambient Water Quality Standards on EHS Journal

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Saudi Arabia’s Standards on Ambient Water Quality seek to establish a framework to enable sustainable management of ambient water quality; protect the water supply and natural aquatic environment; and provide a basis for the restoration of waters used for recreational, agricultural, industrial, potable, and ecological purposes within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. These Standards apply to all coastal and underground waters and include any surface freshwater that may be present permanently or temporarily. On March 24, 2012, the National Ambient Water Quality Standards for Saudi Arabia adopted by the Presidency of Metrology and Environment (PME) entered into force. The National Ambient Water Quality Standards for Saudi Arabia refer to the specifications of ambient waters including safety, aesthetics, and physical and chemical aspects. Read more on EHS Journal

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