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Provides the requirements for treatment units and their land application systems to achieve sustainable and effective on-site domestic wastewater management, and to protect public health and the environment. It sets out the performance objectives, requirements, and the criteria, together with the means of not only complying with these criteria but of continually improving the techniques employed by all stakeholders. It covers on-site systems including primary, secondary, and disinfection wastewater systems, originating from household or personal activities. Activities include water closets, urinals, kitchens, bathrooms (including showers, washbasins, baths, spa baths but not spa pools or hot tubs) and laundries. The systems covered in this Standard are normally designed for domestic wastewater flows up to 14 000 L/week, from a population equivalent of up to 10 persons.
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