Water Pollution Control

Water quality is one of the most vital aspects of our environment. Effective control of water pollution has been a long process which began with the introduction of the Water Pollution Control Ordinance. The Ordinance has undergone a series of amendments, but its underlying goals have not been changed. The EPD is required to achieve and maintain water quality objectives in order to promote conservation and the best uses of Hong Kong's water in the public interest.

  A Guide to the Water Pollution Control Ordinance
  Grease Traps for Restaurants and Food Processors
  Guidance Notes on Discharges from Village Houses
  Guidelines for the Design of Small Sewage Treatment Plants
  Connections to Sewers Under the Water Pollution Control Ordinance
  Technical Memorandum Standards for Effluents Discharged into Drainage and Sewerage Systems, Inland and Coastal Waters


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