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Water Management (General) Regulation 2018
Current version for 7 February 2020 to date (accessed 31 March 2020 at 10:43)
242 Records to be kept when metering equipment faulty
(1) For the purposes of section 91I(3) of the Act, a person who takes water by means of a metered work while its metering equipment is faulty must comply with this clause.(2) The person must record the following information—(a) the purposes for which the water taken from the metered work is used,(b) if a pump is being used to take water, the size of the pump, the maximum extraction rate of the pump and the dates and times during which the pump is operating,(c) if the water taken from the metered work is being used for irrigation, the area of land that is irrigated with the water,(d) the last available reading of the metering equipment before it became faulty and the first available reading after it is repaired,(e) any other information that the Minister, by notice in writing to the person, directs the person to record.(3) The information must be recorded in the approved form and manner.(4) The person must, if directed to do so by the Minister, use an alternative means specified by the Minister to determine the quantity of water taken and must record that information in the approved form and manner.(5) The person must—(a) give a copy of the records required to be made under this clause to the Minister in the approved manner not later than 28 days after the metering equipment is repaired, and(b) keep the records for a period of not less than 5 years.