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Water policy up for discussion

Tuesday 2 June 2015 | Published in Politics

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Water policy up for discussion
Many people on Rarotonga now rely on water stations with fi ltered water taps for safe drinking water, rather than using their own taps at home. Former New Zealand High Commissioner John Carter is pictured testing one of the filtrated systems in 2012.

A new draft water policy has been put to public consultation this week, with the aim of gauging how people feel about water chlorination.

A new draft water policy has been put to public consultation this week, with the aim of gauging how people feel about water chlorination.


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