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Recycled Water Guidelines - Australia

 

Australia

 

  • Document 21a (Archive): A guide to the National guidelines for water recycling - National Water Quality Management Strategy: Overview of the Australian guidelines for water recycling: Managing health and environmental risks - 2006

  • Document 21 (Archive): Australian guidelines for water recycling: Managing health and environmental risks (Phase 1) - 2006

  • Document 22 (Archive): Australian guidelines for water recycling: Managing health and environmental risks (Phase 2) - Augmentation of drinking water supplies - 2008

  • Document 23 (Archive): Australian guidelines for water recycling: Managing health and environmental risks - Stormwater harvesting and reuse - 2009

  • Document 24 (Archive): Australian guidelines for water recycling: Managing health and environmental risks - Managed aquifer recharge - 2009

  • All NWQMS documents

 

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

 

 

New South Wales (NSW)

 

 

Northern Territory (NT)

 

 

Queensland (Qld)

 

 

South Australia (SA)

 

 

Tasmania (Tas)

 

 

Victoria (Vic)

 

 

Western Australia (WA)

 

 

 

Other water related guidelines

 

 

Biosolids Guidelines - Australia

National Australian Guidelines

 

 

Australian Capital Territory (ACT)

 

New South Wales (NSW)

 

Northern Territory (NT)

 

Queensland (Qld)

 

 

South Australia (SA)

 

 

Tasmania (Tas)

 

 

Victoria (Vic)

 

 

Western Australia (WA)

 

  • Western Australian Guidelines for Biosolids Management, DEC WA (2012). Please note this is a "living document" and the DER (formerly DEC) website should be consulted for any updates.

  • Biosolids applications of less than 1000 tonne do not require DEC approval but DOH approval is still required. Only biosolids that meet strict quality standards for pathogens and contaminants can be land-applied for beneficial purposes.

 

 

NZ

 

 

UK

 

 

USA

 

 

Canada

 

 

European Commission

 

 

Biosolids Guidelines - International