November 3rd, 2017 at 04:25 pm
In the manual, it would usually depend on which is the stricter requirement and this would need to be followed. However, in this case nothing is stricter than Health Canada’s Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality of 0 total coliforms and 0 E. coli. The CanadaGAP requirement must always be followed. If the provincial standard is not 0 and 0, then the requirement within the manual to follow the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality supersedes the provincial standard and must be met.