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Natural Mineral Water, Spring Water and Bottled Drinking Water Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1999

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I Introductory

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Exemptions

  3. PART II Natural mineral water

    1. 4.Recognition as natural mineral water

    2. 5.Prohibition on sale

    3. 6.Exploitation of natural mineral water springs

    4. 7.Treatments and additions

    5. 8.Colony count and organoleptic defects

    6. 9.Bottling of natural mineral water

    7. 10.Labelling of natural mineral water

  4. PART III Spring water and bottled drinking water

    1. 11.Spring water

    2. 12.Bottled drinking water

  5. PART IV Miscellaneous and supplemental

    1. 13.Enforcement

    2. 14.Analysis

    3. 15.An authorised officer who has retained part of a sample...

    4. 16.Methods of analysis which accord with Article 12.5 of Directive...

    5. 17.Offences and penalties

    6. 18.Defences

    7. 19.Application of other provisions

    8. 20.Amendments

    9. 21.Revocations

  6. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      Recognition of natural mineral waters

      1. PART I Natural mineral waters extracted from the ground in Northern Ireland

        1. 1.A person seeking to have water which is extracted from...

        2. 2.The particulars to be given are— (a) the particulars in...

        3. 3.In so far as particulars of any of the anions,...

        4. 4.Where such particulars have been so given, the district council...

        5. 5.The district council shall, on recognising a natural mineral water...

      2. PART II Natural mineral waters extracted from the ground in a country other than an EEA State

        1. 1.A person seeking to have a water which is extracted...

        2. 2.The particulars to be given are— (a) the particulars in...

        3. 3.In so far as particulars of any of the anions,...

        4. 4.The Department shall not recognise such a water unless the...

        5. 5.Recognition of such a water shall lapse after a period...

        6. 6.The Department shall, on recognising a water in accordance with...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      Particulars of anions, cations, non-ionised compounds and trace elements

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      Requirements for spring water and drinking water including prescribed concentrations or values of parameters

      1. PART I Requirements for spring water and drinking water

        1. 1.Water satisfies the requirements of this Schedule if—

        2. 2.The concentrations or values of the parameters listed in Tables...

      2. PART II Prescribed Concentrations or Values

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      Revocations

  7. Explanatory Note

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