Eastland Port’s stormwater is clean enough to drink

Eastland Port

How a New Zealand port is treating its stormwater runoff to produce clean results, even after heavy rain.

The stormwater treatment process at the North Island port of Eastland, in Gisborne, is believed to be a world leader in ports associated with the export of logs, and has also achieved external recognition by winning the Eastland Wood Council Environmental Management Award.

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