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May 13, 2021

Wastewater video an eye opener

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Linnie Lamb

Cawongla NSW 2474

The video posted in Echonetdaily on November 27of trucks spraying QGC wastewater on public roads was excellent. Thank you to those who produced it and made it available.

We know this is happening. How can our various governing bodies simply refuse to acknowledge/admit their part in it?

What myopic and unintelligent creatures they must be, to think that contracts, initiated under contentious circumstances anyway, should be honoured when naught else is.

This process is indeed most foul on all levels. Shame on all persons who support it.


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