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Poultry plant earns applause for water use

Wednesday 30 Aug 17 10:00am


AUSTRALASIA’s biggest poultry company has been recognised for the sustainable way it manages water use at a New Zealand plant.

Inghams Group’s Te Aroha primary processing plant is only the seventh in the world and the first in New Zealand to receive certification from the international Alliance for Water Stewardship.

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