Advise on effects of recycled water on native veg & fauna

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Subject: Advise on effects of recycled water on native veg & fauna
From: "John Harris" <>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 12:42:40 +1000
Depending on the degree to which the water has been treated.  Class C water (I 
think) is suitable to use for irrigating fruit trees but not leafy or root 
vegetables.  I don't think that there would be any negative effects of using 
recycled water to water the golf course.  On the contrary, the water would keep 
the vegetation in good health and be beneficial to the surrounding bird 


John Harris
Environmental Education Officer
Donvale Christian College
155 Tindals Rd Donvale 3111
03 9844 2471
0409 090 955

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