Te Koo Utu and Ngaroto plans floated

Lake Te Koo Utu which could also benefit from the technology.

Jim Mylchreest

A Te Awamutu biotechnology company thinks it may have a remedy for the alarming state of Waipā’s Lakes Ngaroto and Te Koo Utu.

“If it is as successful as claimed, then it could be the answer to our prayers,” Waipā mayor Jim Mylchreest said this week.

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