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We're gathering feedback from stakeholders on public non-municipal drinking water to refine the measures in the interim Public Health Guidelines.
Feedback will be collected on existing gaps and challenges, and will identify ways to improve the measures so they are easier to use and understand for all stakeholders involved.
The guidelines are the first step towards introducing standards for public non-municipal drinking water under the Nuisance and General Sanitation Regulation (Public Health Act).
- Alberta Health Services
- associations representing operators of public places that have non-municipal systems
- operators of non-municipal systems
- bulk water haulers
September 16 to October 29, 2021
Results under review
Who is listening
Ministry of Health
The purpose of the Public Health Guidelines for Non-Municipal Drinking Water is to provide clear direction and best practices for the management of public non-municipal drinking water regulated under the Public Health Act from the source of the water to the tap.
Learn more about Public Health Guidelines for Non-Municipal Drinking Water.
Operators of public non-municipal drinking water systems will be invited to provide feedback on the guidelines through an online survey from September 16 to October 29, 2021.
Operators of public non-municipal drinking water systems will be invited to attend an online information session about the current guidelines.
Contact [email protected] if you have not received a link to join.
All stakeholders interested in providing feedback are invited to email [email protected] for information on how to participate.
Feedback collected will inform the content and implementation of the standards, which are proposed for adoption under the Nuisance and General Sanitation Regulation.
Questions about the engagement can be directed to the Health Protection Branch at [email protected].
Last updated: October 15, 2021