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Water Treatment / Te Mato Vai Project / Te Vai Ora Maori
Water Treatment Digests
- 28 June 2019: Te Vai Ora Maori - Clean, Safe Water Rarotonga (Media Release)
- 3 July 2019: Te Mato Vai Disinfection: Chlorination, Rarotonga
- 9 July 2019: Chemically-treated Water (chlorination, polyaluminum chloride): Environmental Impacts – Rarotonga, Cook Islands
- 21 July 2019: Rarotonga Water Quality Monitoring Data
- 4 Aug 2019: Water Treatment Systems: Chemicals and Pathogens
- 5 Aug 2019: Havelock North: The Rhetoric of Chlorination
- 18 Aug 2019: Chemically-treated Water Supply: Impact on Agriculture, Organics, Plant, and Soil Health Polyaluminum chloride (PACl), Chlorination, Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Pacific Organic Standard P1/2020: Chemicals in potable water for irrigation
- 22 Sept 2019: Rarotonga: Alternatives to Chemical Water Treatment
- 2 Oct 2019: Koutu Nui Presentation: Vaka Puaikura - Non-Chemical Water Treatment (Facebook Album/Slides)
- 7 Nov 2019: Te Vai Ora Maori: Non-chemical Water Treatment Methods
- 4 Dec 2019: Te Mato Vai: PACl (polyaluminum chloride) on Trial
- 14 Dec 2019: (PDF) Landowner Non-consent Letter: Objection to use of chemicals for water treatment as part of the Te Mato Vai system
- 10 Nov 2020: PACl Trial Data
- 23 Mar 2021: Te Mato Vai Project Grievance
Ministry of Finance and Economic Management have an obligation to development project policies.
Public petition: Anti-chemical Treatment of the Water Supply of Rarotonga
To Tatou Vai Authority (Water Charges) Bill 2020
Updated: 30 Mar 2021.