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Greetings from,

4th April 2000

Greetings from,

You are interested in water. That's why you are being sent this email about this week's issue of Please forward it to anyone else you think might be interested...

This week's updates cover Water reform in New Zealand, plus other happenings on the waterfront in that country. Plus an article about: "Is there a human right to water?" and one from the Middle East about wastewater reuse with references to the Koran... Eg:

* Making Every Drop Count... Ministry for Environment: New Zealand initiative on natural waters....

* With present technology, treated effluent of almost any quality can be achieved... Practitioner's viewpoint >from Middle Eastern perspective....

* Report card on Resource Management Act after 8 years... Report from Parliamentary Commissioner for Environment - New Zealand .....

There's a new water poem....

Regards, Joel Cayford

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Joel Cayford, Editor, Email:; Ph/Fx: +64 9 445 2763; Auckland, New Zealand

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