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Dilmah Tea

01/02/2007

Monitoring Water quality of the Gwydir River and Halls Creek
Thanks to a grant from Dilmah Tea, the Bingara Central School are custodians of a fully equipped waterwatch kit. The Bingara Central School has been montioring the water quality of the Gwydir River over the school term. If members of the public would like to use the waterwatch kit for sampling on their property they can contact Frances Young.

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