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Draft Submission

February 07, 2013 at 10:32 AM

The draft submission responding to this Bill is available here.

We have provided you a Word document (free of introductory material and logos etc) so you can use it for your own submission (or copy and paste parts of it) if you wish.  Please feel free to pass it on and encourage others to make use of it.  The more voices raised on this issue the more likely it is that we will be listened too.

Thank you to everyone who has contributed their knowledge and experience to help us draft this submission.

WAVES Trust's submission will be finalised on Monday and Tuesday next week and sent on Wednesday 13th.  If you wish to have your name or organisation specifically mentioned as having been consulted please contact Jo by email to before Wednesday 13th February .

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