Amberley Quality and Environmental Services Ltd.

Storage and Transport Services

Drinking water must be stored and transported through pipes or using tankers without deterioration in quality following treatment. Drinking water must be secure from sources of threats hence the need to manage leaks, and to ensure the integrity of tanks, reservoirs and pipework used to transport and store drinking water. From the management perspective drinking water requires the same controls as those in use in the management of food.

Tanks, tankers, reservoirs and pipework must be maintained clean and devoid of contaminants and not exposed to threats from illegal tappings, illegal use and contamination from whatever source.

The WHO requires us to guarantee through risk assessments that drinking water is safe and secure from source to consumer.

Protection of infrastructure from air-borne, water-borne and human intervention threats is a necessary part of the risk assessment process. Water safety plans must include these infrastructure elements in its scope of activities.

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