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Energy and Water Ombudsman Victoria
Chairman Peter Vogel (And other members of the Board of Directors) GWMWater
20140824-to EWOV 2004/317 COMPLAINT etc-Re GWMWater - Re 2305224 creditcollect 369335
Sir, first of all I like to thank Mr
Jonathan Surtees, Lead Conciliator regarding his 14 August 2014 correspondence. However, as it appears toomit some issues I will seek to compliment some details for consideration.
In recent weeks a woman happen to mention to me that her adult son had been travelling into the coutry and had been refilling his water bottle at petrol stations and then had fallen so severely ill that at one stage she thought he was dying. It reminded me on that in April 1992 my sister and our 86 year uncle arrived in Berruiwillock, and the
next day our uncle had died. First I asked if it could have been jet lag but the medical reported ruled this out. I now question if his death may have related to the untreated water that is supplied to Berriwillock. I have made a submuission to a Federal authority that in my view where it can be established that due to the failure of staff and/or directors of a water supplier a person dies from unrtreated water then there should be a min imum period of 10 years imprisonment . We cannot have that water suppliers can flaunt the
Water Act 2003
and other legal requirements while hypocritically issueing infringement notices upon customers. Finers against water suppliers will likely be charged back against inn ocent customers and so fininf staff and/or boardmembers themselves may have a better effect.
I view that what should be done is a comprehensive investigation as to illnesses and deaths of people if they may be associated with drinking untreated water. It may resolve some unexplained 30 deaths, even regarding people who visited country area
s where untreated water is supplied.
I will give an example how things may be different then assumed originally. With the Titanic it was always assumed that an iceberg cause so severe damages that it cause the 35 Titanic to sink, however it is since established that poor quality of rivets actually resulted to the Titanic sinking.
Using ship parts and sample steel from the underwater wreckage of the
, a team of metallurgists
and naval architects tested the integrity of these materials. Initial test revealed that the steel used for the hull passed the standards of that era. The investigating team narrowed their focus to the rivets that were used to hold together the steel hull.
needed 3,000,000 rivets to piece together the outer hull made of three centimeter-thick steel plates. Investigators found out that the rivets were not made of pure steel. The rivets were formed by means of melting metal slugs with steel, thereby, weakening
the integrity of the rivets.