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planning minister defends elizabeth quay water park opening despite amoeba find
The national opposition has long believed that the opening of the water park was hastily carried out under pressure from the Barnett Government to ensure that it was put into operation when Elizabeth Pier officially opened in January 29.
After the ABC has reviewed the regulations, there are new questions about the effectiveness of the department\'s approval, and there is a compliance code that appears to require testing and removal of contaminated water before approval.
After the amoeba was found in the water samples of the park, the system was hyperchloride but not re-chloride
The test was conducted before opening in January 29.
Still, Faragher MS considered the approval to be valid.
\"The clear advice given to me is that all approvals are valid.
\"Water parks will not be open if they are not safe,\" she said . \".
Metropolitan Reconstruction Authority (MRA)
The company that manages the water park received a park operation permit at 3: 00 P. M. on January 29, and less than two hours ago, Prime Minister Colin Barnett cut the ribbon to open Elizabeth Pier.
But for approval, health (
Regulation 2007 requires the testing of water in the park and compliance with the department\'s code of practice for water facilities.
Samples from January 21 showed the presence of amoeba.
Where Naegleria is detected, the water facility must be turned off and then hyperchloride is carried out until it is proved safe through testing.
It takes four days to detect Naegleria.
It also takes four days to determine the dangerous form of amoeba Naegleria fowleri (
Lead to Amoeba meningitis)was present.
However, the system of the water park was not until the day before its opening.
The test results of the samples collected on the same day will not be available until the beginning of February, far after the grand opening of the park scheduled on January 29.
Obviously not, though.
MS Faragher says she believes approval is valid and the park is safe.
\"My understanding is that the approval is valid and that the MRA has all the necessary approvals for the open park,\" she said . \".
\"If they don\'t get these approvals, the park won\'t be open.
\"The water park is still closed due to the fact that the MRA solves a serious problem with the park pipeline.
MS Faragher said she now expects the park to reopen. open in July.
\"As far as I know, just last week, the Ministry of Health has signed the approved changes and is working to complete them,\" she said . \".
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