Evaluating Process Based Control as a Management and Regulatory Tool for the Water Sector
The Environment Agency's new Operational Risk Appraisal (OPRA) approach offers the water sector and the EA an opportunity to develop Process Based Control (PBC) principles as an alternative to final effluent quality monitoring as a means of regulation. This project provides the water sector with information on the likely nature and impact of the proposed changes in regulation and points the way to the establishment of an agreed and cost effective approach to PBC. The report covers: the Regulator's position and expectations; current PBC practice within the UK water sector and beyond; a review of potential parameters and types of PBC; a comparison between compliance with existing regulatory sampling and continuous monitoring; and practicalities, cost benefits and scenarios.
|UKWIR Reference :- 10/WW/21/13||Published Date :- 12/05/2010|
|Retail Price (£) :- 500||ISBN :- 1 84057 554 9|
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| Evaluating Process Based Control as a Management and Regulatory Tool for the Water Sector CD|