Waiuku water quality

I saw the article in The Post dated 30 January 2018 and I would like to add our concern and unhappiness of the quality of the water.

1. The water is not drinkable and we have to spend money on a water filter.
2. Our washing machine is not washing the clothes properly.
3. We have already replaced water floss twice due to poor quality water.
4. Food tastes awful when it is cooked with water from the tap.
5. In the bathroom, lime is building up too fast and we are spending a lot of money to clean it.

Is it worth paying water bills? Amy, Waiuku

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