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Leaders unequivocal on sewage plant: ‘No ocean outflow’

Friday 26 July 2019 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Environment

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Leaders unequivocal on sewage plant: ‘No ocean outflow’
The Webster Drilling machine at Turangi in Ngatangiia sits on the proposed section for the waste treatment project. 19072421

Contractors are drilling up to 50 metres underground to run tests for a proposed sewage plant north of Muri.

Contractors are drilling up to 50 metres underground to run tests for a proposed sewage plant north of Muri.


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