What is a DSEAR zone?

Hydrological plan

The National Plan for Purification, Sanitation, Efficiency, Savings and Reuse (DSEAR Plan) is a governance instrument that aims to incorporate, in the water plans of the third cycle (2022-2027), improved procedures and work methodologies aligned and focused on meeting the objectives of water planning, mainly in the areas of purification, sanitation and reuse of reclaimed wastewater. The Plan reviews the strategies and actions that define the water policy in these areas, seeking to align them with the community policies related to the European Green Pact, and the national policies of the ecological transition and the demographic challenge.

In parallel, and in accordance with the provisions of Law 21/2013, of December 9, on environmental assessment, the DSEAR Plan has been subject to an ordinary strategic environmental assessment. As a result of the same, the strategic environmental statement was published in the BOE of June 18, 2021. This document establishes the environmental determinations that allow to improve the integration of these environmental aspects in the Plan.

Sensitive areas

2.8 “Where the moving parts of work equipment present risks of mechanical contact which could lead to accidents, they must be fitted with guards or devices which prevent access to the danger zones or which stop dangerous manoeuvres before access to these zones.” europeanbiosafetynetwork.eu

If rigidly mounted on a machine, they detect access or entry by operating personnel and can be used for the protection of hazardous areas against unauthorized access or entry. csa.cedes.com

Hydrological plans spain

The National Plan for Purification, Sanitation, Efficiency, Savings and Reuse (DSEAR Plan) is a governance instrument that aims to incorporate improved procedures and work methodologies aligned and focused on meeting the objectives of water planning, mainly in the areas of purification, sanitation and reuse of reclaimed wastewater. The Plan reviews the strategies and actions that define water policy in these areas, seeking to align them with community policies related to the European Green Pact and national policies on ecological transition and the demographic challenge.

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Hydrological planning

The DSEAR Plan presents a set of proposals that serve to identify and prioritize the actions and measures already included in the hydrological planning for treatment, sanitation and reuse of reclaimed wastewater. This plan does not constitute a list of investments, since these are already organized in the programs of measures of the hydrological plans, but it is a governance instrument to promote the revision of the intervention strategies followed up to now.

What is a DSEAR zone?
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