Company: Drinking Water Inspectorate
Job title: Chief inspector
Marcus Rink is the chief inspector at the Drinking Water Inspectorate. As chief inspector he provides independent scrutiny of the water industry ensuring the safety and quality of water and public confidence through a robust regulatory framework. The role encompasses a range of statutory and non-statutory functions, discharging the duties of the Secretary of State and the Welsh Government to: ensure companies meet their regulatory requirements; local authorities take action in respect of private supplies; the provision of UK data to the European Commission and membership of the European Drinking Water Directive committee.
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day: 8 November 2018