All this water going to waste

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Jimi
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All this water going to waste

Post by Jimi » Sat Jun 09, 2007 1:13 pm

Just a quick rant to say im pissed off about all this rain we are getting just flowing out to sea, carrying shitloads of pollution as it goes.
When is the recycling of stormwater and not just sewage going to be debated on more?
Recycle both and we're set for water, plus the beach will be cleaner after heavy rain

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Post by Nick-W » Sat Jun 09, 2007 2:04 pm

Perhaps you voted for the wrong premier

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Post by Dingus » Sat Jun 09, 2007 8:38 pm

Talking of things flowing out to sea, everyone was hoping that the sand would get dragged out and form some nice banks. Taking Cronulla as an example - the b*stard wind has thrown it all the wrong way. When the council scrapes it up, it'll just get dumped on the beach and we're at square one again. Hopefully enough will make it out. We don't need any on the beach, the plethora of young teen clones can go somewhere else to frolic.

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Post by sean-- » Sat Jun 09, 2007 9:01 pm

dinosaur wrote:yeah if only the liberal party was in power in nsw. they're such paragons of the environment, just look at the federal liberals, so pro-active, so fearless, when it comes to environmental issues. They're not gonna be swayed by big business bover boys or overseas interests.
:lol: :lol:

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Post by lovemuscle » Wed Aug 08, 2007 11:58 pm

Talking of things flowing out to sea, everyone was hoping that the sand would get dragged out and form some nice banks. Taking Cronulla as an example - the b*stard wind has thrown it all the wrong way. When the council scrapes it up, it'll just get dumped on the beach and we're at square one again. Hopefully enough will make it out. We don't need any on the beach, the plethora of young teen clones can go somewhere else to frolic.
Just remember those sandhills supported a lot of beaches in Sydney. So when its all gone...its gorrrne. :shock:

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