Case studies provide real-life examples of the ways in which compliance with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations and Byelaws in Scotland, protect public health and safeguard public water supplies. They also illustrate what can happen when these Regulations are not complied with.
- How the Olympics and other temporary events fit into the enforcement of the Regulations and Bylaws and the affect the Olympics had on WRAS Approvals.
- Cross connection to borehole supply used to wash haulage vehicles affects 17 properties
- High lead levels in the drinking water supplies in 34 luxury apartments traced to illegal use of lead solder
- Routine Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations inspection of primary school identifies a direct cross connected between the drinking water supply and a rainwater harvesting system
- Villagers taste complaints lead to the discovery of a cross connection between the mains and a borehole supply on a local farm
- Cross connection between mains drinking water and a borehole supply feeding poultry sheds identified as a result of routine water quality sampling