Last updated: February 2024

RPZ FAQs: Testing

What happens if an RPZ valve is out of test?

Failure to comply with the requirements specified as a condition of consent may result in the water undertaker taking enforcement action which may include temporarily disconnecting the water supply to the premises and requiring the removal of the RPZ valve. Reconnection shall only be with the agreement of the water undertaker



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Compliance with this information should not be relied upon as guaranteeing no enforcement action will be taken by water undertakers. Water Regs UK accepts no liability for loss, indirect or consequential loss arising from or in connection with this guidance document.

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