NSF-ISR Certification Process
The Ontario Safe Drinking Water Act, 2002 requires an accredited operating authority to be in charge of a municipal residential drinking water system. This authority must establish and maintain a quality management system that meets the requirements of Ontario Ministry of the Environment DWQMS.
NSF-ISR provides the required third-party verification that, for a specific drinking water system, an operating authority has a quality management system in place that meets the requirements of the standard.
The process of earning accreditation to the Ontario Ministry of the Environment DWQMS includes these steps:
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