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Last edited 03 Mar 2020
Source protection zone
Source protection zones (SPZ) are: ‘Areas where groundwater supplies are at risk from potentially polluting activities and accidental releases of pollutants. They are a policy tool used to control activities close to water supplies intended for human consumption.’
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