Retailers have been requested to remove the implicated batches from sale and display a point-of-sale recall notice in stores.
The FSAI is advising consumers not to drink the implicated batches of water, and those who have – and are now feeling unwell – to contact their GP.
Last month, two types of bottled water from the Spar and Londis retail chains were withdrawn from sale because of higher than normal levels of arsenic.
Last month, eh?
FSAI issues further recall of bottled water over arsenic levels (RTÉ)
List via Food Safety Authority
By Ted Slampyak.
Could save your life, in fairness.
The Fraud And Hope – a painted illusion (commenting on climate change, melting ice and the role of water) painted on the roof of the OK Centre For Contemporary Art in Linz, Austria last year by Iranian muralist Medhi Ghadyanloo.
Yesterday. Sandycove, Co. Dublin.
(Thanks Vinnie “Steve” Highway)
This morning at 8.20am.
Outside Rathmines Public Library, Dublin 6.
As Irish Water extends its hosepipe ban nationwide from this morning until at least July 31…
Considering the coverage water has received on your website over the last few weeks this seems bloody ridiculous. Please highlight this waste of water by a public body.
Padraic , from Dublin City Libraries, writes:
Your readers might be pleased to know that our window cleaners use filtered water from tanks stored from before the water ban began, which is protocol for these occasions. These tanks have been in use since the ban came into effect and will be used until they run out. All the best, Padraic
Lidl’s ‘controversial’ water-hogging bathing pool.
Sold out within MINUTES.
Tuesday: Everyone Stay Pool