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New standards set in sanitation

Wednesday 17 December 2014 | Published in Environment

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New standards set in sanitation
Former Secretary of Infrastructure Donye Numa with former New Zealand High Commissioner John Carter and Infrastructure Cook islands minister Teariki Heather. They were pictured in front of the new waste compact machine at the waste management facility in Arorangi when it was installed in August 2012. 14121603

The success of a pilot project involving the upgrade and installation of new domestic sanitation systems in the Muri and Avana areas has paved the way for continued work on improving sanitation waste management on Rarotonga

The success of a pilot project involving the upgrade and installation of new domestic sanitation systems in the Muri and Avana areas has paved the way for continued work on improving sanitation waste management on Rarotonga


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