The National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA) says there is online purchase viagra no evidence that there was another chemical spill from bauxite company Windalco into the Rio Cobre in St. Catherine.
This, after concern was raised of a possible pollution incident at a section of the river, this morning.
NEPA says at approximately 8 AM, it received a video report that was being widely circulated of the alleged pollution incident along the Rio Cobre at Zephyrton, close to Linstead in St. Catherine.
The agency says its pollution buy discount cialis response team was immediately mobilized and assigned to investigate the report.
The response team’s investigations and assessments spanned as far north as the Pleasant Farm to Byndloss areas, and as far south as Damhead.
Based on the findings of the investigations, NEPA says there is no evidence of a pollution incident or any indian cialis canada negative impact on the water body of the Rio Cobre.