This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for sludge treatment and storage facilities at wastewater treatment plants serving more than 50 PT.
Guidance on operation is provided where it is necessary in order to facilitate the design of control and automation and design access to points of operation.
NOTE   Other sludges and organic wastes can be treated together with municipal sewage sludge where national and local regulations permit.

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This document is applicable to lagoons and specifies the performance requirements for the installation of lagooning processes.
This document applies to wastewater lagooning processes treating municipal wastewater from combined or separate sewage systems and when used as a tertiary treatment.
NOTE   Lagoon systems are especially suitable for the treatment of wastewater where large flow variations occur (e.g. arising from surface water connections in the collection system). They are also especially suitable where large load variations occur (e.g. arising from fluctuating seasonal or industrial flows).

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This document specifies the requirements and gives recommendations for the design, sizing, installation, identification, commissioning and maintenance of rainwater harvesting systems for the use of rainwater on-site as non-potable water. This document also specifies the minimum requirements for these systems.
Excluded from the scope of this document are
-   the use as drinking water and for food preparation,
-   the use for personal hygiene purposes,
-   attenuation and
-   infiltration.
NOTE   Conformity with the document does not exempt from compliance with the obligations arising from local or national regulations.

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This document specifies general requirements for instrumentation and specific requirements for process control and automation systems on wastewater treatment plants for more than 50 PT.
NOTE 1   Because of the rapid rate of development of sensor and control equipment, this document is intended as an overview and uses examples and general requirements, not detailed equipment specifications. Detailed information additional to that contained in this document can be obtained by referring to the Bibliography.
NOTE 2   Although EC directives become matters of law in member states of the EU and some other situations, this standard is intended for wider use and hence those directives with clear technical guidance of a type that would generally be appropriate in a standard are referenced in the text and listed in the Bibliography. The alternative of listing requirements copied from directives would potentially create unacceptable conflict when directives are revised.

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This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for preliminary wastewater treatment using screens with a mesh size above 50 μm, at plants serving more than 50 PT. It also includes grit removal and grease separation.
NOTE 1   For micro-screens with a mesh size below 50 microns see EN 12255-16.
NOTE 2   The primary application of this document is for wastewater treatment plants designed for the treatment of domestic and municipal wastewater. However, it contains information that can also be useful for commercial and industrial wastewater pretreatment and for combined sewer overflows (CSO).
This document applies in combination with EN 12255-1 and EN 12255-10.

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This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for odour control and associated ventilation for wastewater treatment plants serving more than 50PT.

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This document specifies the requirements for chemical treatment of wastewater by precipitation/flocculation for removal of phosphorus and suspended solids.
The application of polymers is not described in this document.
Differences in wastewater treatment throughout Europe have led to a variety of practices being developed. This document gives fundamental information about the practices; this standard has not attempted to specify all available practices.
NOTE Chemical treatment can be performed in combination with primary and more commonly with secondary treatment, but it can also be performed as separate tertiary treatment, usually in combination with filtration (see EN 12255-16). Chemical treatment can provide a potential contribution to the circular economy through the recovery of materials, such as phosphorus, from wastewater or sludge.

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This document specifies performance requirements for treatment of wastewater using the activated sludge process for plants over 50 PT.
The informative Annexes A to W provide design information.

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This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for disinfection of effluents (excluding sludge) at wastewater treatment plants serving more than 50 PT.
NOTE   Sludge disinfection is described in EN 12255-8.

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This document defines minimum safety requirements to be observed in the planning, construction or reconstruction of wastewater treatment plants.
The purpose of this document is to ensure the protection of people.

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This document specifies the design requirements for plant and equipment to remove solids, other than screenings and grit, from raw wastewater, at wastewater treatment plants for over 50 PT.
It includes primary treatment with sedimentation, fine screens and micro-screens.
NOTE 1   The removal of screenings and grit is covered in EN 12255-3.
NOTE 2   Dissolved air flotation (DAF) is not covered in detail in this document because it is not commonly used for primary treatment in municipal wastewater treatment plants. It can be used for primary treatment of industrial wastewater, but then the design is specific to the application.

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This document specifies data which is necessary for the planning, design, bidding, performance guarantees, construction, start-up and compliance testing of a wastewater treatment plant or parts of it. This document gives fundamental information about the practices; this document has not attempted to specify all available practices.

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This document specifies general requirements to be respected in product standards for components such as pipes, fittings, inspection chambers and manholes with their respective joints intended for use in drains and sewers inside and outside buildings which operate as gravity systems allowing for a maximum pressure of 40 kPa.
It also specifies general requirements for components used in hydraulically and pneumatically pressurized pipes, drains and sewers.
NOTE 1   Where the term “inside buildings” is used in the context of components fixed inside buildings, it also includes pipes and fittings fixed on external surfaces of buildings.
NOTE 2   This document is not a product standard and therefore not intended for the direct evaluation of products.
This document covers components to be used in conveying in a satisfactory manner:
—   domestic wastewater;
—   rainwater and surface water;
—   other wastewater acceptable for discharge into the system.
This document is applicable to components of circular and other cross sections.
This document is equally applicable to components which are factory-made and to those constructed on site, where applicable.
NOTE 3   This document does not apply to components used for trenchless construction according to EN 14457 and for components used for renovation of drains and sewers according to EN 13380.
This document does not supersede the functional requirements of a complete system as defined in EN 752.

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This document classifies floor gullies for domestic wastewater for use inside buildings, gives guidance, gives guidance for places of installation and specifies requirements for the construction, design, performance and marking of factory made gullies for buildings, irrespective of the material, for use in drainage systems requiring a trap with combined mechanical closure and water seal (referred to as floor gullies).
NOTE   Floor gullies with combined mechanical closure and water seal are not covered by EN 1253-1, EN 1253-6, EN 1253-7.
These products are intended to be installed where both condition below are fulfilled:
-   the building does not exceed a ground-floor and three floors above;
-   infrequent use could result in a water seal evaporating.

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This document classifies floor gullies for domestic waste water for use inside buildings, gives guidance for places of installation and specifies requirements for the construction, design, performance and marking of factory made gullies for buildings, irrespective of the material, for use in drainage systems requiring a trap with a mechanical closure (referred to as floor gullies).
NOTE   Floor gullies with a depth of water seal less than 50 mm are not covered by EN 1253-1, EN 1253-7 and EN 1253-8.
These products are intended to be installed where both conditions below are fulfilled:
-   the building does not exceed a ground-floor and three floors above;
-   infrequent use could result in a water seal evaporating.

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This document classifies floor gullies for domestic waste water for use inside buildings, gives guidance for places of installation and specifies requirements for the construction, design, performance and marking of factory made gullies for buildings, irrespective of the material, for use in drainage systems requiring a trap with a depth of water seal less than 50 mm (referred to as floor gullies).
NOTE   Floor gullies with a depth of water seal less than 50 mm are not covered by EN 1253 1, EN 1253 7 and EN 1253 8.
These products are intended to be installed where the three following conditions are met:
-   space limitation will not accommodate a gully with a 50 mm water seal;
-   the building does not exceed a ground-floor and three floors above;
-   at least two domestic sanitary appliances are installed in addition to the gully but with only one WC on the same branch (connection pipe) or secondary or branch ventilation is installed (see EN 12056 2:2000, 4.3.2 or 4.3.4.

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This document, in conjunction with ISO 11296‑1, specifies the requirements and test methods for pipes and fittings for the renovation of underground non-pressure drainage and sewerage networks by lining with a single rigid annulus of structural cementitious grout formed behind a plastics inner layer. This plastics layer serves as permanent formwork anchored to the grout.
This document is applicable to plastics inner layers and grout systems with or without steel reinforcement. It does not apply to the structural design of the lining system.
NOTE      Systems with multiple annuli are available, but these are controlled by patent rights and not covered by this document.

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This document is applicable to the trenchless construction, trenchless replacement techniques and testing of new drains and new sewers in the ground and usually operating as gravity or pressure pipelines, formed using prefabricated pipes and their joints.
Renovation techniques for existing pressure and non-pressure systems are not covered by this document.
Methods of trenchless construction include:
- manned and unmanned techniques;
- steerable and non-steerable techniques.
NOTE 1 Mining or tunnelling techniques for permanent structures (e.g. in situ construction or the use of prefabricated segments) are not covered by this document although some parts can apply to these methods.
NOTE 2 Trenchless insertion using a pipe plough system is a common method for installing small pipes and cables. The method does not exactly cope with the scope of this document. Therefore, it is described in the informative Annex D.
Requirements for associated pipeline installation work other than trenchless construction, e.g. for manholes and inspection chambers, are not covered by this document and are specified in EN 1610. This also applies to pipes that are subsequently installed within entry and exit shafts/pits.

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This document specifies requirements for the design of drain and sewer systems outside buildings.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where the wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to a point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
This document specifies requirements for the layout of drain and sewer systems.

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This document specifies design principles and performance requirements for tertiary clarification (receiving effluent from secondary treatment) by physical filtration plant at wastewater treatment plants serving more than 50 PT.
NOTE 1 Ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis are not covered within the scope of this document as they are not considered to be used for tertiary clarification.
NOTE 2 Soil filtration is not covered in this document.
NOTE 3 Activated carbon filtration is excluded from the scope of this document as it is not considered to be a form of mechanical filtration.

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This document specifies the principles of design, sizing, installation, identification, commissioning and maintenance of greywater systems with the purpose of use of greywater on-site.
It applies preferably for the use of treated greywater for:
-   WC flushing;
-   garden watering;
-   laundry;
-   cleaning purposes.
This document also specifies the minimum requirements for greywater systems.
Excluded from the scope of this document are:
-   the use as drinking water and for food preparation;
-   the use for personal hygiene purposes;
-   direct reuse systems without treatment;
-   product design for specific system components;
-   industrial effluents;
-   heat recovery and cooling demands.
NOTE   Conformity with this document does not exempt from compliance with the obligations arising from local or national regulations.

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This document establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document covers the management and control of rehabilitation activities.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This document establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document covers the management and control of drain and sewer cleaning.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This document establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document covers general requirements for the management and control of activities.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This document establishes requirements for the management and control of activities in drain and sewer systems outside buildings and specifies requirements for development and implementation of work programmes, and the selection of techniques.
This document together with EN 14654-1:2021 covers the control of inputs from users.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system of the building.

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This document defines a methodology for determining and assessing the energy efficiency of Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP). The methodology aims at describing, in a systematic way, the various steps required to establish the Water Treatment Energy Index (WTEI) of a particular WWTP.
The methodology includes the classification of WWTPs in different types, identification of different stages of treatment, identification of key performance indicators (KPIs), overview of existing energy monitoring standards and the detailed description of the methodology, including a step by step guideline of how to apply and implement it.
The methodology is divided in 2 sub-methods that should be selected and followed according to the following goals:
- The Rapid Audit (RA) method allows for a quick estimation of the water treatment energy index (WTEI) based on existing information such as historical data pertaining to energy use records along with influent and effluent quality values. The aim of this methodology is to provide a WWTP energy benchmark, a rapid tool to identify energy efficiencies and inefficiencies so further actions can be planned, as well as to evaluate the impact of WWTP retrofitting.
The Rapid Audit methodology is detailed step by step in Clause 4 of this TR and can be used as a standalone document. The application of the Rapid Audit methodology to one real WWTP is shown in Annex A.
- The Decision Support (DS) method requires intensive monitoring across a WWTP of energy usage and water quality parameters that provides an accurate and detailed calculation of WTEI for each stage as well as its overall value for the plant. The goal of this assessment is to serve as a diagnosis of the functions/equipment in a plant that may lead to poor energy efficiency performance.
The Decision Support methodology is detailed step by step in Clause 5 of this TR and can be used as a standalone document. The application of the Decision Support methodology to one real WWTP is shown in Annex B.

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This standard specifies the requirements for the structural design of water supply pipelines, drains and sewers, and other water industry pipelines, whether operating under atmospheric, greater of lesser pressure. In addition, this standard   gives guidance on the application of the established methods of design used in CEN member countries at the time of preparation of the standard. - The Decision was decided for Annex B only. -

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This European Standard specifies a system for the classification of trenchless techniques for renovation, repair and replacement on the same line of drains and sewers outside buildings, operated under gravity or pressure, including pipes, connections and manholes. It defines and describes families of techniques and their different generic methods and materials used.
This European Standard does not apply for replacement by open trenching according to EN 1610 and trenchless construction and testing of drains and sewers as new construction off-the-line of the existing drain or sewer according to EN 12889.
This European Standard does not apply for the specification of requirements for specific products.
For each technique family it lists relevant existing standards, materials and applications and outlines characteristics including installation aspects, structural and hydraulic capabilities and site impact.
This standard does not apply to any work required on the existing pipe prior to renovation, repair or replacement.
This European Standard provides information needed to determine viable options and for identification of the optimal technique with regard to a given set of renovation, repair or replacement objectives.
NOTE It is the responsibility of the designer to choose and design the renovation, replacement and repair systems.
It does not specify the calculation methods to determine, for each viable technique, the required amount of material needed to secure the desired performance of the pipeline to be rehabilitated.

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This Technical Report defines terms commonly used in the field of membrane bioreactor technology.
This document aims at submerged MBR systems for the treatment of municipal wastewater with MBR Separate Systems and MBR Integrated Systems.
This document establishes general principles for MBR filtration systems interchangeability between different MBR filtration systems from different manufacturers.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for design, construction and acceptance testing of wastewater pumping systems in drain and sewer systems outside the buildings they are intended to serve. It includes pumping systems in drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity as well as systems using either positive pressure or partial vacuum.
This document gives general requirements applicable to all wastewater pumping systems in drain and sewer systems.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for design, construction and acceptance testing of wastewater pumping systems in drain and sewer systems outside the buildings they are intended to serve. It includes pumping systems in drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity as well as systems using either positive pressure or partial vacuum.
This document is applicable to vacuum drain and sewer systems.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for design, construction and acceptance testing of wastewater pumping systems in drain and sewer systems outside the buildings they are intended to serve. It includes pumping systems in drain and sewer systems that operate essentially under gravity as well as systems using either positive pressure or partial vacuum.
This document is applicable to positive pressure systems.

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for septic tanks assembled in situ from prefabricated kits and ancillary equipment where applicable, used outside buildings for the partial treatment of domestic wastewater for a population up to 50 PT. Pipe sizes, loads, watertightness, marking and evaluation of conformity are specified. This standard does not apply to septic tanks receiving grey water only.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, the marking and evaluation of conformity for packaged and/or site assembled domestic wastewater treatment plants (including guest houses and businesses) used for populations up to 50 inhabitants. Small wastewater treatment plants according to this European Standard are used for the treatment of raw domestic wastewater. It covers plants with tanks made of concrete, steel, PVC-U, Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP) and Glass Reinforced Polyester (GRP-UP). The test methods specified in this European Standard establish the performance of the plant, needed to verify its suitability for the end use. This European Standard applies for small wastewater treatment plants for use buried in the ground where no vehicle loads are applied to the product. This European Standard applies to plants where all prefabricated components are factory or site-assembled by one manufacturer and which are tested as a whole.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, evaluation of conformity and marking for prefabricated secondary treatment units used for the treatment of effluent from septic tanks according to EN 12566-1 or EN 12566-4 in small wastewater treatment systems for up to 50 PT.

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This European Standard specifies requirements, test methods, the marking and evaluation of conformity for a packaged and/or site assembled tertiary treatment unit for installation either separately or in a pre-existing unit. It applies for tertiary treatment units that are placed on the market as complete units used for the tertiary treatment of domestic wastewater by biological, physical, chemical, electrical processes and coming from: a) units in accordance with EN 12566-3 or EN 12566-6; b) installations designed and constructed in accordance with CEN/TR 12566-5. Equivalent secondary treated effluent may come from existing systems. Package and/or site assembled tertiary treatment units according to this standard consist of one or more watertight tanks without any direct infiltration into the ground, made of concrete, corrosion resistant or coated steel, un-plasticised poly-vinyl chloride (PVC-U), polyethylene (PE), glass reinforced thermosetting plastics (GRP) based on polyester resin (UP) (GRP-UP), polypropylene (PP) and polydicyclopentadiene (PDCPD).

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This European Standard specifies the requirements for prefabricated septic tanks and ancillary equipment used for the partial treatment of domestic wastewater for a population up to 50 PT. Pipe sizes, loads, watertightness, marking and quality control are specified. The following cases are excluded: - septic tanks receiving grey water only; - in situ constructed septic tanks.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the design of drain and sewer systems outside buildings.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where the wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to a point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
This document specifies requirements for the hydraulic design of drain and sewer systems and the assessment of the capacity of existing drain and sewer systems.

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This European Standard specifies the objectives for drain and sewer systems outside buildings. It specifies the functional requirements for achieving these objectives and the principles for strategic and policy activities relating to planning, design, installation, operation, maintenance and rehabilitation.
It is applicable to drain and sewer systems from the point where wastewater leaves a building, roof drainage system, or paved area, to the point where it is discharged into a wastewater treatment plant or receiving water body.
Drains and sewers below buildings are included provided that they do not form part of the drainage system for the building.

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This draft European Standard specifies requirements for the design, construction, performance, application and marking as well as test methods of factory made gullies with a light liquid closure for buildings.
Light liquid closures for buildings shall be applied to avoid uncontrolled discharge of light liquids into drainage systems in case of emergency.
This draft European Standard does not apply to installations for separation of light liquids covered by EN 858-1.

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This draft European Standard specifies the requirements for evaluation of conformity for floor gullies, roof drains and access covers for buildings to ensure conformity of these products with EN 1253-1, EN 1253-2 and FprEN 1253-4.

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This draft European Standard classifies access covers according to their loading strength and specifies requirements relating to their design, construction, marking, testing and evaluation of conformity.
This draft European Standard classifies and specifies requirements for factory made access covers used for drainage systems inside buildings. This draft standard does not apply to access covers intended for external use which are covered by EN 124 series.

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This Technical Report lists the parameters for the reliability of the structural design of buried water and wastewater pressure pipelines, drains and sewers.
The reliability of the design of buried pipelines is based on the selection of appropriate design parameters for a chosen design method. This document identifies the parameters appropriate to the chosen design method, which should all be clearly stated.
This Technical Report does not aim to specify the requirements for the structural design of water and wastewater pressure pipelines, drains and sewers. EN 1295 1 “Structural design of buried pipelines under various conditions of loading — Part 1: General requirements” defines these requirements.
This Technical Report does not apply for offshore laying, pipes supported on piles, no dig pipelines, or laid above ground. Supplementary considerations need to be taken into account for these specific installations.
Special situations (e.g. landslide, earthquake, fire) are outside the scope of this document.
Design parameters for calculation of longitudinal effects (including bending moments, shear forces and tensile forces resulting for example from non uniform bedding and thermal movements and, in the case of pressure pipelines, from Poisson's contraction and thrust at change of direction or cross-section) are not covered in this document.

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This European Standard is applicable to the construction and related testing of drains and sewers usually buried in the ground and usually operating under gravity but up to 0,5 kPa when surcharged.
The construction of pipelines operating under pressure is covered by this European Standard together with EN 805 as appropriate (e.g. for testing).
This European Standard is applicable to drains and sewers installed in trenches, under embankments or above ground. For trenchless construction EN 12889 applies. Additionally, other local or national regulations may apply, e.g. concerning health and safety, pavement reinstatement and requirements for tightness testing.
NOTE   Further information is given by reference to national documents listed in Annex D.

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This European Standard is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers installed in areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic. It specifies definitions, classification, general principles of design, performance requirements and test methods for gully tops and manhole tops according to:
-   EN 124 2, for gully tops and manhole tops made of cast iron;
-   EN 124 3, for gully tops and manhole tops made of steel or aluminium alloy;
-   EN 124 4, for gully tops and manhole tops made of steel reinforced concrete;
-   EN 124 5, for gully tops and manhole tops made of composite materials;
-   EN 124 6, for gully tops and manhole tops made of polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) or unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U).
Part 1 is only applicable in combination with at least one of the standards EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6 each of which has this Part 1 as an integral part.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 1,
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to gully tops and manhole tops made of mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium alloys whether in combination with concrete or not, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation in areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made from steel or aluminium alloys with frames according to EN 124 2 and EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
Fabrication of manhole tops and gully tops in accordance with this standard is limited to cold forming, mechanical crimping or welding together component parts made from metal plate, strip or bar or rolled or extruded metal sections.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   manhole tops and gully tops made of aluminium tread plates for use in carriageways of roads (class D 400) and areas imposing high wheel loads (Classes E 600 and F 900),
-   concave gratings for classes D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600.
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to precast gully tops and manhole tops made of steel reinforced concrete with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (Group 6, class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made of steel reinforced concrete with frames according to EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   concave gratings for class D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600;
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433;
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts); and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard applies to manhole tops and gully tops made of Polypropylene (PP), Polyethylene (PE) or unplasticized poly(vinyl chloride) (PVC-U) by a moulding or extrusion process, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (class A 15), and
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (class B 125).
This European Standard gives guidance for combinations of covers/grating made of PP, PE or PVC–U with frames according to EN 124 2, EN 124 3, EN 124 4 and EN 124 5.
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   rodding point covers according to EN 13598 1;
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433;
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts);
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops made of composite materials C1, C2 and C3 by using suitably controlled automatic processes that produce a single structure and that do not contain multiple pieces bonded together, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (class C 250),
and in addition to manhole tops for use in
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (class D 400).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124-1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/gratings made from composite materials with frames according to EN 124-2, EN 124-3, EN 124-4 and EN 124-6.
This document is not applicable to:
-   manhole tops and gully tops manufactured by means of hand lay-up method,
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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This European Standard is applicable to gully tops and manhole tops made of flake graphite cast iron and/or spheroidal graphite cast iron whether in combination with concrete or not, with a clear opening up to and including 1 000 mm for covering gullies, manholes and inspection chambers for installation within areas subjected to pedestrian and/or vehicular traffic.
It is applicable to manhole tops and gully tops for use in:
-   areas which can only be used by pedestrians and pedal cyclists (at least class A 15),
-   pedestrian areas and comparable areas, car parks or car parking decks (at least class B 125),
-   the area of kerbside channels of roads which, when measured from the kerb edge, extends a maximum of 0,5 m into the carriageway and a maximum of 0,2 m into the pedestrian area (at least class C 250),
-   carriageways of roads (including pedestrian streets), hard shoulders and parking areas, for all types of road vehicles (at least class D 400),
-   areas imposing high wheel loads, e.g. docks, aircraft pavements (at least class E 600),
-   areas imposing particularly high wheel loads, e.g. aircraft pavements (class F 900).
This European Standard is not applicable in isolation but only in combination with EN 124 1 and gives guidance for combinations of covers/grating made from cast iron with frames according to EN 124 3, EN 124 4, EN 124 5 and EN 124 6.
This European Standard is not applicable to:
-   fillings installed on site, e.g. concrete, paving blocks, etc.,
-   concave gratings for classes D 400 installed in carriageways of roads and hard shoulders and concave gratings for classes F 900 and E 600,
-   gratings/covers as part of prefabricated drainage channels according to EN 1433,
-   floor and roof gullies in buildings which are specified in EN 1253 (all parts), and
-   surface boxes.

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