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BS 8525-1:2010 Greywater systems - code of practice

Publication Year
2010

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Abstract

Provides recommendations for design, installation, alteration, testing and maintenance of greywater systems, that use bathroom greywater to supply non-potable water in the UK. Applies to individual and communal systems supplying water for domestic water uses (in residential, commercial, industrial or public premises) that do not require potable water quality.


Document History

Came into effect 30 June 2010. Confirmed May 2015.


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