The previous chapters have illustrated that Victoria's long outfalls are not simply a cheap method of getting rid of sewage but on the contrary are the best way to protect our environment.
A glance at the map will show that a long outfall to serve the Colwood area could be built just as readily as the ones that serve Victoria, indeed more readily. It would also be much cheaper and incur negligible running costs. It follows that this is the course that Colwood should adopt.
To what a state have we been reduced that no-one has dared say so.