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WATSAN works hard to clear water intakes

Thursday 29 March 2018 | Published in Environment

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WATSAN works hard to clear water intakes
Debris being removed at a dam near the Avatiu intake this week. PHOTO: WATSAN. 18032821

The Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN) is warning local residents to get their drinking water from approved water stations around the island.

The Water, Waste, and Sanitation Unit of the Ministry of Infrastructure Cook Islands (WATSAN) is warning local residents to get their drinking water from approved water stations around the island.


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