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Potable Water Quality For Food Businesses – General Factsheet
The quality of the water used by food business operators in food production must meet the basic standards . governing the quality of drinking water, i.e. potable water, intended for human consumption as set out in Council Directive 98/83/EC and implemented in Ireland under the European Union Drinking Water Regulations, 2014 (S.I. No. 122 of 2014).

Drinking Water | Water | Food Legislation | Legislation | The Food ...
Drinking Water. EU legislation; National legislation; General provisions; Water quality and potable water; EU Legislation. Council Directive 98/83/EC (OJ L330, p32, 5/12/1998) of 3 November 1998 on the quality of water intended for human consumption.. Directive 2000/60/EC (OJ L327, p1, 22/12/2000) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2000 establishing a framework for ...

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland - FSAI
10300 results for 'water quality' (Page 1) Potable Water Quality For Food Businesses – General Factsheet The quality of the water used by food business operators in food production must meet the basic standards . governing the quality of drinking water, i.e. potable water, intended for human consumption as set out in Council Directive 98/83/EC and implemented in Ireland under the European ...

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland - FSAI
Where the water quality does not meet the specified standards, remedial measures are outlined in S.I. No.122 of 2014 for public and private water supplies. In EU food law, where there is a reference to potable water, it is usually defined as water which meets the standards of Directive 98/83/EC.

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland - FSAI
Each year, the EPA produces a report on the quality of drinking water in Nanotechnology and Food - FSAI Maintenance of acceptable water quality is an increasing challenge in many parts of the world with chemical and microbial pollutants from a variety of sources contaminating municipal and local water supplies alike.

Standards and Guides | Water | Food Legislation | Legislation | The ...
IS 432:2010. The National Standards Authority of Ireland has produced a standard titled Irish Standard IS 432:2010, Packaged groundwater which covers water that is placed in a sealed container or package and is offered for sale, or supply for human consumption. Compliance with this standard is voluntary on the part of producers. This standard ...

Bottled Waters | Water | Food Legislation | Legislation | The Food ...
Hygiene Requirements. Production of bottled water in Ireland is subject to compliance with European Communities (Hygiene of foodstuffs) Regulations, 2006 ( S.I. No. 369 of 2006) which gives effect to Regulation 852/2004/EC on the hygiene of foodstuffs. You can find more information on the hygiene rules in our legislation section.

COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 98/83/EC of 3 November 1998 on the quality of water ...
restore the quality of the water where that is necessary to protect human health; (28) Whereas, should such remedial action be necessary to restore the quality of water intended for human consumption, in accordance with Article 130r(2) of the Treaty, priority should be given to action which rectifies the problem at source;

Safety of Potable Water in Ireland - FSAI
The FSAI has four principal responsibilities regarding the safety, quality and use of water by the food industry in Ireland: 1. Water used as a direct ingredient or as a solvent in foods 2. Water used as a cleaning agent at any point(s) in the food chain 3. Water used as a medium in which foods are grown, e.g. shellfish, vegetables 4.

25 GUIDANCE NOTE - FSAI
Spring water is intended for human consumption in its natural state; it meets the legal requirements . for spring water and is packaged at source. ‘Other water’ is water intended for human consumption; it is not a natural mineral water or . spring water. The treatments permitted for natural mineral water and spring water are very limited ...

All Other Water | Water | Food Legislation | Legislation | The Food ...
All Other Water. Such water must be free from any micro-organism and parasites and from any substances which in numbers or concentrations, constitute a potential danger to human health. 'Other Waters' must meet the minimum requirements set out in the Schedule to European Union (Natural Mineral Waters, Spring Waters and Other Waters in Bottles ...

Safe Food Handling - The Food Safety Authority of Ireland
Water. You must make sure that any water you use for food preparation, as an ingredient, or during processing and cleaning is safe. The water you use must meet the basic legal requirements for drinking water set out in legislation. Your water may be from a: public water supply; group scheme; private supply e.g. private well

Search Results | The Food Safety Authority Of Ireland
The basic criteria governing the quality of drinking water are set out in the drinking water legislation (S.I. No. 81 of 1988¥ (9) which transposes Council Directive 80/778/EEC (10)). Therefore in the absence of specific microbiological guidelines for ice the microbiological criteria specified in the drinking water legislation tends to be applied.

Other Legal Microbiological Criteria | Microbiological Criteria | Food ...
Other Legal Microbiological Criteria Raw Milk. Limits for plate counts at 30 o C and somatic cell counts in raw milk are set in Regulation (EC) No 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin.. Water. The basic standards governing the quality of drinking water intended for human consumption are set out in Council Directive 98/83/EC. ...

STATUTORY INSTRUMENTS. - FSAI
(b) all water used in any food production undertaking for the manufac-ture, processing, preservation or marketing of products or substances intended for human consumption, unless the supervisory authority is satisfied that the quality of the water cannot affect the wholesomeness of the foodstuff in its finished form, other than—

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