Council claims it could cost $50m to take out fluoride

By Judith Kerr
Updated February 12 2013 - 8:18am, first published February 11 2013 - 5:00pm
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.  Photo: Chris McCormack
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride. Photo: Chris McCormack
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.  Photo: Chris McCormack
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride. Photo: Chris McCormack
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.
The Capalaba Water Treatment Plant, where Seqwater administers fluoride.

REDLAND City Council is claiming it could cost upwards of $50 million to stop fluoride being put into the city's water supply.

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