Drinking water improves for fourth year running

The latest annual report of the Drinking Water Inspectorate (DWI) shows that quality improved during 1996 for the fourth year in succession.1 There was a notable improvement in pesticide compliance, but declining performance in meeting odour and coliform standards was blamed on the drought and high temperatures.

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