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Images: NZ Defence Force Update

Below are images of the assistance the New Zealand Defence Force is providing following Monday’s earthquake in Christchurch.

Army Engineers have established two water production facilities in Christchurch to support people effected by the earthquake.The water points have been in operation since this morning and members of the public have begun to receive fresh water.The NZ Army equipment in New Brighton is a reverse osmosis system that can produce potable water from saltwater sources.The Engineer water treatment capability can be deployed at short notice and can be used in many different operational environments.The plant can produce 2000 litres of fresh water per hour.



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