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Coca-Cola CCA Bottler Relies on Municipal Water Contaminated by Lead

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Following a thorough investigation and then a concession by Coca-Cola that its bottling plants partly rely on municipal water supplies, Coca-Cola Amatil (the Australian Bottler) has refused to provide either test records or other assertions that its system is compliant in removing lead from Perth's Water Supply.

Nathanael Gonzalez, a Coca-Cola Amatil representative is believed to be surrendering to police on charges of conspiracy to commit mass accelerated death and mass grievous bodily harm. He no longer wishes to be contacted by email but has prior stated via email that he will be going to police under certain conditions. As a result this publication can no longer recommend the consumption of Coca-Cola Amatil's products, until such time the publication's concerns are adequately addressed by CCA for the benefit of the public.

A Perth Schweppes representative has asserted that their water supply is drawn from Gingin, some 92 kilometers north of Perth due to the Perth metropolitan region's poor quality water supply. This publication will be recommending that people install reverse-osmosis filters or consume Schweppes products instead.

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