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2017/0332(COD) Quality of water intended for human consumption. Recast

Progress: Awaiting Council 1st reading position / budgetary conciliation convocation

RoleCommitteeRapporteurShadows
Lead ENVI PALMER Rory (icon: S&D S&D), MÜLLER Ulrike (icon: Renew Renew), GIEGOLD Sven (icon: Verts/ALE Verts/ALE), BALDASSARRE Simona (icon: ID ID), ROOKEN Rob (icon: ECR ECR), VILLANUEVA RUIZ Idoia (icon: GUE/NGL GUE/NGL)
Former Responsible Committee ENVI HANSEN Christophe (icon: PPE PPE)
Former Committee Opinion BUDG
Former Committee Opinion ITRE
Former Committee Opinion IMCO
Fromer Committee Recast Technique Opinion JURI
Lead committee dossier:
Legal Basis:
RoP 59-p4, TFEU 192-p1

Events

2019/09/25
   EP - Committee decision to open interinstitutional negotiations after 1st reading in Parliament
2019/07/30
   Commission response to text adopted in plenary
Documents
2019/03/28
   EP - Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
Details

The European Parliament adopted a legislative resolution on the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of water intended for human consumption (recast), closing its first reading.

Parliament’s position in first reading following the ordinary legislative procedure amended the Commission’s proposal as follows:

Ensure universal access to drinking water

The proposed directive aims to protect human health from the adverse effects of any contamination of water intended for human consumption by ensuring that it is wholesome and clean and providing universal access to such water for all in the Union. Measures taken to implement the Directive should be in accordance with the precautionary principle.

Parliament introduced the principle of access to water for all in the EU in Parliament's resolution on the follow-up the European Citizens’ Initiative Right2Water, which asked the Union to strengthen its efforts the ensure universal access to water.

In particular, Member States shall take measures to:

- identify people with limited access to drinking water, assess opportunities and take measures to improve access for those people and inform them of the possibilities of connecting to a distribution network or alternative means of access to water intended for human consumption;

- ensure the public supply of water for human consumption;

- improve water access, such as setting up free fountains in cities and public places, where technically feasible and proportionate;

- ensure the free provision of such water in administrations and public buildings;

- encourage tap water to be provided in restaurants, canteens and catering services for free or for a low service fee;

- launch campaigns to encourage the general public to carry reusable water bottles and launching initiatives to raise awareness of the location of refill point.

Risk-based approach

The risk-based approach shall consist of three components:

- firstly, an assessment by the Member State of the hazard associated with the abstraction area , in line with the WHO’s Guidelines and Water Safety Plan Manual;

- secondly, a possibility for the water supplier to adapt monitoring to the main risks;

- thirdly, an assessment by the Member State of the possible risks stemming from domestic distribution systems (e.g. Legionella or lead), with special focus on priority premises such as hospitals, retirement homes, schools or nurseries.

Member States shall ensure a clear and appropriate distribution of responsibilities between stakeholders, as defined by the Member States, for the application of the risk-based approach according to their national institutional and legal framework.

Member States should also inform consumers and owners of public and private premises about measures to eliminate or reduce the risk of non-compliance with the quality standards for water intended for human consumption due to the domestic distribution system.

Drinking water quality parameters

New legislation shall introduce new chemical parameters or groups of parameters, to tighten the maximum limits for certain pollutants such as lead (to be reduced by half), per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), harmful bacteria, and introduce new caps for endocrine disruptors Bisphenol A and Beta-estradiol (50-28-2). It also monitors levels of microplastics, an emerging concern.

Surveillance

With regard to the regular monitoring, Member States shall ensure access to installations in priority premises for the purposes of sampling and may set up a monitoring strategy, in particular as regards Legionella pneumophila, which are responsible for the majority of cases of legionnaire's disease in the Union.

Parliament stated that it is important to monitor newly occurring substances in drinking water and to be able to introduce parameter values where a health risk is identified.

The Commission may adopt delegated acts to supplement the Directive by establishing maximum values for the presence in water intended for human consumption of microplastics, pharmaceuticals and other newly identified pollutants.

Quality standards: a new Article was proposed stipulating that Member States shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the treatment agents, the materials, and the disinfection procedures used for disinfection purposes in water supply systems do not adversely affect the quality of water intended for human consumption. Any contamination of water intended for human consumption from the use of such agents, materials and procedures shall be minimised without, however, compromising the effectiveness of the disinfection.

Parliament also introduced minimum hygiene requirements for products, substances and materials in contact with water intended for human consumption.

Leakages

Member States shall take measures to ensure that competent authorities carry out an assessment of the water leakage levels on their territory and of the potential for improvements in water leakage reduction in the drinking water sector. That assessment shall take into account relevant public health, environmental, technical and economic aspects.

Member States shall adopt, by 31 December 2022, national targets to reduce the leakage levels of water suppliers in their territory by 31 December 2030. Member States may provide meaningful incentives to ensure that water suppliers in their territory meet the national targets.

Transparency and information for consumers

Transparency concerning water quality information and how it is provided to consumers is likely to encourage water operators to make every effort to meet their obligations in this area. Members stressed the need to guarantee easy access to up-to-date information that is understandable and relevant to consumers, for example in a booklet, on a website or on a smart application with the aim of boosting citizens' confidence in the water supply and the use of tap water.

Documents
2019/03/27
   EP - Debate in Parliament
2018/10/23
   EP - Results of vote in Parliament
2018/10/23
   EP - Decision by Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
Details

The European Parliament adopted, by 300 votes to 98 with 274 abstentions, amendments to the proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of water intended for human consumption (recast).

The matter was referred back to the committee responsible for interinstitutional negotiations.

The main amendments to the Commission proposal adopted in plenary concern the following points:

Objective : the proposed Directive shall protect human health from the adverse effects of any contamination of water intended for human consumption by ensuring that it is wholesome and clean, and to promote universal access to water intended for human consumption.

The measures taken to implement the Directive shall be in accordance with the precautionary principle.

Access to water for all : following Parliament's resolution on the citizens' initiative Right2Water (‘Water: a human right’), which called on the Union to step up its efforts to achieve universal access to water, Member States shall improve access to water for vulnerable and marginalised groups without compromising the supply of universally affordable, high-quality water.

In particular, Member States shall take measures to:

identify people with limited access to drinking water, assess opportunities and take measures to improve access for those people and inform them of the possibilities of connecting to a distribution network or alternative means of access to water intended for human consumption; improve water access, such as setting up free fountains in cities and public places, where technically feasible and proportionate; ensuring the free provision of such water in administrations and public buildings ; encourage tap water to be provided in restaurants, canteens and catering services for free or for a low service fee; launch campaigns to encourage the general public to carry reusable water bottles and launching initiatives to raise awareness of the location of refill point.

Risk-based approach : the risk-based approach shall consist of three components :

first, an assessment by the Member State of the hazard associated with the abstraction area , in line with the WHO’s Guidelines and Water Safety Plan Manual; second, a possibility for the water supplier to adapt monitoring to the main risks; third, an assessment by the Member State of the possible risks stemming from domestic distribution systems (e.g. Legionella or lead), with special focus on priority premises such as hospitals, retirement homes, schools or nurseries.

Member States shall ensure a clear and appropriate distribution of responsibilities between stakeholders, as defined by the Member States, for the application of the risk-based approach according to their national institutional and legal framework.

Drinking water quality parameters : legislation shall introduce new chemical parameters or groups of parameters, to tighten the maximum limits for certain pollutants such as lead (to be reduced by half), per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), harmful bacteria, and introduce new caps for endocrine disruptors Bisphenol A and Beta-estradiol (50-28-2). It also monitors levels of microplastics , an emerging concern.

Surveillance : with regard to the regular monitoring, Member States shall ensure access to installations in priority premises for the purposes of sampling and may set up a monitoring strategy, in particular as regards Legionella pneumophila , which are responsible for the majority of cases of legionnaire's disease in the Union.

The Commission may adopt delegated acts to supplement this Directive by establishing maximum levels for microplastics, medicinal products and other newly occurring pollutants in water intended for human consumption.

Documents
2018/10/23
   EP - Matter referred back to the committee responsible
2018/10/22
   EP - Debate in Parliament
2018/10/01
   EP - Committee report tabled for plenary, 1st reading/single reading
Details

The Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety adopted the report by Michel DANTIN (EPP, FR) on the proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the quality of water intended for human consumption (recast).

The committee recommended that the European Parliament's position adopted at first reading under the ordinary legislative procedure should amend the Commission's proposal as follows.

Objective : the proposed Directive shall protect human health from the adverse effects of any contamination of water intended for human consumption by ensuring that it is wholesome and clean, and to promote universal access to water intended for human consumption.

Access to water for all : the report highlighted the goal of achieving universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all and the European Citizens’ Initiative ‘Right2Water’. Without prejudice to Directive the Water Framework Directive (2000/60/EC) and to the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality , Member States shall, whilst taking into account the local and regional perspectives and circumstances for water distribution, take all necessary measures to improve universal access for all to water intended for human consumption and promote its use on their territory.

Taking into account the principle of recovery of costs set out in Directive 2000/60/EC, Member States shall improve access to water for vulnerable and marginalised groups without jeopardising the supply of universally affordable high-quality water.

Member states shall also take measures to:

improve water access, such as setting up free fountains in cities and public places, where technically feasible and proportionate; encourage tap water to be provided in restaurants, canteens and catering services for free or for a low service fee; launch campaigns to encourage the general public to carry reusable water bottles and launching initiatives to raise awareness of the location of refill point.

Risk-based approach to water safety : Member States shall ensure a clear and appropriate distribution of responsibilities between stakeholders, as defined by the Member States, for the application of the risk-based approach with regard to the bodies of water used for the abstraction of water intended for human consumption and domestic distribution systems. Such distribution of responsibilities shall be tailored to their institutional and legal framework.

Updating drinking water quality parameters : the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Office for Europe conducted a detailed review of the list of parameters and parametric values laid down in Directive 98/83/EC in order to establish whether there is a need to adapt it in light of technical and scientific progress. In view of the results of that review, enteric pathogens and Legionella should be controlled and six chemical parameters or parameter groups should be added. The WHO recommendations, which are based on the most up-to-date scientific data and evidence at international level, should be followed and the parametric values adjusted accordingly.

More specifically, the proposal seeks to tighten the maximum limits for certain pollutants such as lead (to be reduced by half), per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), harmful bacteria, and introduce new caps for endocrine disruptors Bisphenol A and Beta-estradiol (50-28-2). It also monitors levels of microplastics , an emerging concern.

The report stated that it is important to monitor newly occurring substances in drinking water and to be able to introduce parameter values where a health risk is identified. An EU-wide standard approach to setting or deriving maximum levels is necessary to ensure the same level of protection throughout the EU.

Quality standards : a new Article was proposed stipulating that Member States shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the treatment agents, the materials, and the disinfection procedures used for disinfection purposes in water supply systems do not adversely affect the quality of water intended for human consumption. Any contamination of water intended for human consumption from the use of such agents, materials and procedures shall be minimised without, however, compromising the effectiveness of the disinfection.

Leakages : Member States shall take measures to ensure that competent authorities carry out an assessment of the water leakage levels on their territory and of the potential for improvements in water leakage reduction in the drinking water sector. That assessment shall take into account relevant public health, environmental, technical and economic aspects.

Member States shall adopt, by 31 December 2022, national targets to reduce the leakage levels of water suppliers in their territory by 31 December 2030. Member States may provide meaningful incentives to ensure that water suppliers in their territory meet the national targets.

Transparency and information for consumers : transparency concerning water quality information and how it is provided to consumers is likely to encourage water operators to make every effort to meet their obligations in this area. Members considered that such information is necessary, provided that it is comprehensible, relevant and easily accessible to consumers. The aim is to increase citizens’ confidence in the water supply and increase the use of tap water for drinking, which could contribute to reducing plastic usage and litter.

Monitoring : by one year after the date of entry into force of this Directive, the Commission shall adopt delegated acts in order to supplement this Directive by adopting a methodology to measure the microplastics which are of particular concern due to the negative effects on marine and freshwater environments, aquatic life, biodiversity, and possibly to human health.

Documents
2018/09/10
   EP - Vote in committee, 1st reading/single reading
2018/07/20
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
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2018/07/02
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
Documents
2018/06/25
   CSL - Debate in Council
Documents
2018/06/25
   CSL - Council Meeting
2018/06/19
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
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2018/06/19
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
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2018/06/19
   EP - Amendments tabled in committee
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2018/05/30
   IE_SENATE - Reasoned opinion
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2018/05/30
   IE_CHAMBER - Reasoned opinion
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2018/05/16
   CofR - Committee of the Regions: opinion
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2018/05/15
   EP - Committee draft report
Documents
2018/05/02
   DE_BUNDESRAT - Contribution
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2018/04/18
   UK_HOUSE-OF-COMMONS - Reasoned opinion
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2018/04/13
   CZ_CHAMBER - Reasoned opinion
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2018/04/09
   PT_PARLIAMENT - Contribution
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2018/04/05
   RO_SENATE - Contribution
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2018/03/08
   EP - HANSEN Christophe (PPE) appointed as rapporteur in ENVI
2018/02/08
   EP - Committee referral announced in Parliament, 1st reading/single reading
2018/02/01
   EC - Document attached to the procedure
2018/02/01
   EC - Document attached to the procedure
2018/02/01
   EC - Document attached to the procedure
2018/02/01
   EC - Legislative proposal published
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PURPOSE: protect human health from the harmful effects of contamination of water intended for human consumption.

PROPOSED ACT: Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council.

ROLE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: Parliament decides in accordance with the ordinary legislative procedure on an equal footing with Council.

BACKGROUND: the review of Directive 98/83/EC on drinking water is an extension of the European citizens’ initiative ‘Right2Water’ , which collected over 1.8 million signatures and to which the Commission responded positively, urging Member States to do everything they can to ensure everyone has access to a minimum water supply.

The Commission also undertook to review the Directive , which, as a result, was included in the Commission’s Regulatory Fitness and Performance Programme (REFIT).

The evaluation confirmed that the Directive is the relevant tool to ensure the high quality of the water consumed in the EU, because its basic purpose is to enforce drinking water monitoring and ensure that Member States restore required water quality levels in case of issues.

However, the evaluation identified four areas with room for improvement :

the list of parameters; the use of the risk-based approach; increased transparency on water-related issues and giving consumers access to up-to date information; and materials in contact with drinking water.

The revision is part of the plan to transition to a circular economy. It will help Member States manage drinking water in a resource-efficient and sustainable manner, thereby helping to reduce energy use and unnecessary water loss . It will also help reduce the number of plastic bottles used by improving people’s confidence in tap water.

The proposal is fully in line with the Agenda 2030, in particular Sustainable Development Goal 6 and the aims of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

IMPACT ASSESSMENT: a combination of the preferred options will ensure:

high quality drinking water for everyone in the EU ; a more modern approach to monitoring, by using the risk-based approach for both large and small water suppliers; the modernisation, and hence simplification, of reporting provisions; up-to-date and relevant information for consumers; improved access to water, and the provision of access to water for vulnerable and marginalised groups.

The costs and the impacts of the proposal will be between EUR 5.9 billion and EUR 7.3 billion. These costs will mainly be borne by water operators. Consumers would see a very marginal increase in their household costs. However, this does not risk making drinking water unaffordable and could be offset by people drinking tap water rather than bottled water.

CONTENT: the proposal is a recast of Directive 98/83/EC , which was amended in 2003, 2009 and 2015. Its objective is to improve the quality of and access to drinking water as well as to provide more comprehensive information to citizens. The main elements are:

List of parameters set out in Annex : the proposal incorporates the vast majority of parameters and values ​​recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), while suggesting a different approach for a small number of parameters.

The Commission proposes, for example to: (i) retain benzene, cyanide, 1,2-dichloroethane, mercury, and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) ; (ii) retain the initial values for antimony, boron and selenium ;(iii) set the value for chlorate and chlorite at the stricter level of 0.25 mg/l; (iv) to place three endocrine disrupting compounds (beta-estradiol; nonylphenol; and bisphenol A) into the Directive on the basis of the precautionary principle; (v) reducing the value of chromium by 50 % to 25 µg/l after a transition period of 10 years after the entry into force of the Directive.

Risk-based approach : with the new risk-based approach to safety, compliance checks would focus more on those cases where risks are higher . The proposal introduces obligations related to hazard assessment related to bodies of water used for the abstraction of water intended for human consumption, introduces obligations related to carrying out a supply risk assessment by the water supplier, and introduces obligations related to carrying out risk assessments of domestic distribution.

Access to drinking water for all citizens, especially for vulnerable and marginalised groups : concretely, this means: (i) informing people who do not have access to drinking water about the possibilities of connection,( ii) encouraging the use of tap water in public buildings and restaurants, (iii) ensuring the availability of equipment allowing free access to tap water in most cities, (iv) quickly informing vulnerable people about the quality of available water and give them the necessary sanitary advice on it.

Public information : the proposal aims to: (i) ensure the availability of specified online information on the quality and supply of drinking water and (ii) provide additional specific information directly to consumers (for example on invoices), such as the volumes consumed as well as the detail of the tariff(s) and the cost structure.

BUDGETARY IMPLICATIONS: the proposal should be implemented under the existing allocations for the Commission and the European Environmental Agency and no additional resources are needed.

DELEGATED ACTS: the proposal contains provisions empowering the Commission to adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 290 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union.

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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 28 23/10/2018 13:07:34.000

2018/10/23 Outcome: +: 479, -: 147, 0: 42
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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 94 23/10/2018 13:08:57.000

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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 109 23/10/2018 13:09:21.000

2018/10/23 Outcome: +: 564, -: 92, 0: 17
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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 114 23/10/2018 13:09:34.000

2018/10/23 Outcome: +: 529, -: 138, 0: 5
DE GB PL RO IT ES FR CZ SK BG BE AT NL HU SE FI PT DK LV SI HR MT LT LU EE IE EL CY ??
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29
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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 149 23/10/2018 13:10:12.000

2018/10/23 Outcome: +: 406, -: 251, 0: 17
FR PL ES DE CZ HU BG BE FI NL IE SK RO LV PT LU EE AT HR SI LT DK EL CY ?? MT SE GB IT
Total
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93
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A8-0288/2018 - Michel Dantin - Am 150 23/10/2018 13:10:24.000

2018/10/23 Outcome: +: 411, -: 259, 0: 0
PL FR DE GB ES CZ HU BG NL IE FI BE SK LV HR PT RO LU DK AT SI LT EE CY MT SE EL ?? IT
Total
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69
93
64
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