DoE pesticide study supports water protection zones

A cost/benefit study commissioned by the Department of the Environment (DoE) has concluded that curbs on pesticide use are a cheaper way of controlling pesticides in water supplies than removing them during water treatment. Water protection zones emerged as a much more cost-effective means of maintaining pesticide levels below the EC limit in the two water supply catchments studied.

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