Singapore – Public Utilities (Water Supply) Regulations
Accreditation underpins the safety of drinking water fittings according to Singapore regulations. The requirements for water fittings state that
- Every water fitting shall be —
- of an appropriate quality and standard;
- suitable for the circumstances in which it is used;
- fit for the conveyance of potable water;
- A water fitting is of an appropriate quality and standard only if it conforms to —
- such standard as the Board may stipulate from time to time for compliance, being —
- an appropriate Singapore or British Standard or:
- some other standard which provides an equivalent or higher level of protection and performance; and
- such other requirements as the Board may stipulate from time to time for compliance.
- A water fitting shall be treated as conforming with a standard stipulated by the Board if it is certified or tested as complying with such standard by —
- a product certification body or a testing laboratory accredited by the Singapore Accreditation Council or any of its Mutual Recognition Arrangement partners; or
- such other product certification body or testing laboratory as the Board may allow.
Further information is available from the Singapore Government.