Raglan Harbour given all clear
4 September 2014
Media advisory – Raglan Harbour
given all clear
Waikato District Council has
given the all clear for recreational activities and
shellfish collecting in the Raglan Harbour following last
month’s wastewater pump overflow.
Over recent weeks
staff have been monitoring the estuary quality levels to
ensure there was no health risk to the public and had
advised the community not to collect seafood or fish in the
area until lab results indicated a safe level of
Waikato Regional Council has received a full
report into the overflow believed to have been caused by a
blockage in the wastewater
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