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Regulation 12 and 13
1.—(1) A local authority must, before 30th June 2010, record the number of private supplies in its area, and for each supply must record—
(a)the name of the supply, together with a unique identifier;
(b)the type of source;
(c)the geographical location using a grid reference;
(d)an estimate of the number of people supplied;
(e)an estimate of the average daily volume of water supplied in cubic metres;
(f)the type of premises supplied;
(g)detail of any treatment process, together with its location;
(h)the name of the Health Protection Agency in whose area the supply is located.
(2) It must review and update the record at least once a year.
(3) It must keep the record for at least 30 years.
2.—(1) For each supply it must record each of the following within 28 days of the event—
(a)a plan and description of the supply;
(b)the monitoring programme for the supply;
(c)the risk assessment;
(d)the date, results and location of any sampling and analysis relating to that supply, and the reason for taking the sample;
(e)the results of any investigation undertaken in accordance with these Regulations;
(g)any notices served under section 80 of the Water Industry Act 1991 or regulation 18;
(h)any action agreed to be taken by any person under these Regulations;
(i)any request for the local authority to carry out sampling and analysis, undertake a risk assessment or give advice;
(j)a summary of any advice given in relation to the supply.
(2) It must keep the risk assessment and records of sampling and analysis for at least thirty years, and all other records under this paragraph for at least five years.
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