Scotland's drinking water fails on microbiological quality

The quality of Scottish drinking water improved in 1992 but fell well short of compliance with EC standards on microbiological quality, according to a Scottish Office report.1 Overall, 98.4% of samples taken during the year met quality standards, but the figure hides inadequate sampling and very poor compliance in some rural areas.

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