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24th May, 2018 | In a bid to ensure standards are adhered to in relations to bottled water, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) today had a meeting with over 350 players in the water sector and took them through the requirements in bottling water. KEBS Managing Director, Charles Ongwae, assured Kenyans that its key role is to facilitate trade, protect consumers from harmful substandard products and also protect the environment.

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KEBS ENGAGES WATER BOTTLING FIRMS ON NEW REQUIREMENTS

ILLEGAL OPERATING FIRMS

1. WATER STAKEHOLDERS WORKSHOP

2. PRESENTION - REQUIREMENTS FOR WATER CERTIFICATION

3. DRINKING WATER WORKSHOP 24TH

4. WATER CODE OF PRACTICE (KS 459 pt 9)

24th May, 2018 | In a bid to ensure standards are adhered to in relations to bottled water, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) today had a meeting with over 350 players in the water sector and took them through the requirements in bottling water. KEBS Managing Director, Charles Ongwae, assured Kenyans that its key role is to facilitate trade, protect consumers from harmful substandard products and also protect the environment.

 

Illegal operating firms

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INSPECTION GUIDELINE

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