Time for action on aluminium in water

A dispassionate, adequately resourced and well conducted public inquiry into a major incident or disaster can serve a number of purposes. Lessons can be drawn to help avoid a repetition. A sense of fair play in public administration can be imparted. Those most closely affected can be helped to put the trauma behind them. And the general public can gain confidence that human health or the environment are being safeguarded on their behalf.

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