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Australia. Productivity Commission.
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Regulatory arrangements and processes for establishing and enforcing drinking water standards in Australian jurisdictions were compared with those in Canada, France, New Zealand, the UK and US. The purpose was to compare regulatory process (not standards, the gap between standard requirements and actual water quality or public health outcomes, for which data are not generally obtainable). Information was collected on the organisations involved in developing, promulgating and enforcing drinking water standards. The information includes details of these organisations' responsibilities, processes and accountabilities. Differences were examined against best practice regulation making and enforcement. Widely accepted criteria for determining best practice were used. As a benchmarking study, there was no attempt made to develop an ideal Australian regulatory model. In any event, there is insufficient information to do so and it is unlikely that a single model would suit all jurisdictions and circumstances. The Commission consulted widely with relevant organisations during development of the study approach.
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2000
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1996
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Australian Water Resources Council. Desirable quality for drinking water in Australia.
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1987
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1994
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1994
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1996
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Williams, K. D. Syme, G. J. Australia. Department of Primary Industries and Energy. Australian Water Research Advisory Council.
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1990
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1996
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National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand.
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1996
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Nicholson, B. C. (Brenton C.) Burch, M. D. National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) Water Services Association of Australia. Cooperative Research Centre for Water Quality and Treatment (Australia)
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This review is intended to provide guidance in the selection of appropriate methods for measuring cyanotoxins to assist water supply authorities and health authorities in interpretation and application of new cyanotoxin drinking water guidelines.
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2001
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IWSA-ASPAC Regional Conference on Integrating the Urban Water Cycle (11th : 1998 : Sydney, N.S.W.) International Water Supply Association. Australian Water & Wastewater Association. issuing body.
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1998
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