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    TORONTO, June 9 /CNW/ - How much drinking water is being lost because of
leaky and broken pipes in water systems across Ontario?
    How much are consumers paying for this water - water that never reaches
their taps?
    How much energy is being wasted by pumping this water into the ground?
    What are the environmental and social impacts of this deteriorating
infrastructure?
    A study by the Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario
(RCCAO), being released tomorrow, will answer these questions, put forward
solutions, and address the key issues.

    
                             Wednesday, June 10

    9:00 a.m.    -  News release distributed by CNW
                 -  Full study available at www.rccao.com

    10:30 a.m.   -  Interviews at a downtown watermain construction site
                    Southeast corner of St. George Street and Lowther Ave.
                    Toronto
    

    RCCAO Executive Director Andy Manahan and University of Toronto professor
Tamer El-Diraby, author of the study, will be available for interviews at the
construction site.





For further information:

For further information: Rachel Sa, PR POST, office: (416) 777-0368,
cell: (416) 454-7713

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