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Living Waters - April - Pollution

Created on 08 January 2013
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Storm water pollutes the Porirua Harbour. More than 70 stormwater outlets draining residential, commercial and industrial areas. Storm water is rainfall which runs off hard surfaces; roads, pavements, carparks and roofs and eventually into the harbour. Scientists regularly monitor the harbour for pollutants. Historically the harbour was also polluted with sewage from the old Porirua Hospital.

More info: http://www.livingwatersdoco.co.nz/
Produced by: Pauatahanui Inlect Community Trust
Year: 2011
Language: English



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