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SCOTTISH WATER QUALITY IMPROVED, SAYS MONRO (HANSARD)

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The government last week published a report on drinking water quality in Scotland in 1992, junior Scottish minister...
The government last week published a report on drinking water quality in Scotland in 1992, junior Scottish minister Sir Hector Monro reported in a parliamentary written answer (14 Dec, col 603). The report shows in 1992 98.4% of all regulatory determinants met the prescribed standards, compared with 98% in 1991. The failures to meet quality standards fully did not represent a risk to public health, Sir Hector said.

The surpluses achieved by Scottish direct labour organisations in 1990-91 were listed for each council and for each service area by Scottish Secretary Ian Lang (col 606).
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