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News: Michael Rouse

Drinking Water Inspectorate chief Michael Rouse has voiced fears that water quality will suffer as a result of regulation.

He urged that powers to enforce water quality should not be eroded and that licenced undertakers must take full responsibility for the actions and failures of their contractors. Pipes and reservoirs, he added, must also be properly maintained.

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