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Drummond part of successful hydropanel trial delivering sustainable drinking water to schools

Heath Forsyth
Updated March 27 2024 - 11:46am, first published 11:30am
A student at Cobargo public school collecting rainwater developed by SOURCE technology. Drummond Public School is Armidale was one of 10 schools in NSW that participated in the drinking water trial which has been deemed a success. Photo supplied
A student at Cobargo public school collecting rainwater developed by SOURCE technology. Drummond Public School is Armidale was one of 10 schools in NSW that participated in the drinking water trial which has been deemed a success. Photo supplied

Drummond Memorial Public School in Armidale has participated in a successful statewide trial delivering sustainable drinking water to NSW school students.

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Heath Forsyth

Heath Forsyth

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Local New England journalist covering all manner of issues social, political, sports, business. Please feel free to get in touch with me directly heath.forsyth@austcommunitymedia.com.au Mobile: 0407 410 222

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