Eda Ranu Refute Fiji Claims about Water in Games Venues

PORT MORESBY - Papua New Guineas, water company Eda Ranu CEO Henry Mokono has refuted claims by Team Fiji about the water supplied to the games venues, by saying PNG's water through Eda Ranu  is best  in the Pacific and rank 10th in the World standard. Its the safest water to drink during Pacific games. He said his company delivers  safe, quality water to residents every day in the city brushed aside negative comments made by the Team Fiji.

“My team were never consulted before the report went out. I am seriously concerned that such visitors coming into this country would judge Papua New Guinea by its cover and not look deeper to see what’s happening,” he said.

Noting Eda Ranu’s team of technicians and micro biologists, as well as appliance of international standards, Mokono said tap water is safe for consumption, with the quality compared with water in major Australian cities.

Eda Ranu’s use of international-standard equipment and infrastructure, including trained personnel under the Sydney Water Corporation, 60 testing points and daily testing of drinking water, highly compromise claims by Team Fiji, who are currently boiling water before drinking, from fear of contamination.

“We have Fijians, Samoans and Cook Islanders  who live and work in Port Moresby. We’ve got Australians, New Zealanders, Americans, Filipinos that live and work in Port Moresby that have never complained of water contamination.

“For someone to be here on PNG soil for just two days, saying that Eda Ranu water is contaminated, is a joke,” said Eda Ranu CEO Henry Mokono this morning.

Mokono further insisted that tapped water is, in fact, healthier than bottled water, echoing many other studies that show the environmental damage and health risks bottled water has caused. [PNGFacts]
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