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First release of National Wastewater Testing [heavily diluted] results

Posted by te2ataria on April 30, 2019

Heavily diluted result of nationwide wastewater testing

A whitewashed, heavily diluted report has been made available for the first three months of nationwide wastewater testing, which reportedly covers around 80% of New Zealand’s population.

The drugs that have been tested for are methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, MDMA and fentanyl, police said

“The preliminary results, from November 2018 to January 2019, show methamphetamine is the most commonly detected illicit drug nationwide, with approximately 16kgs [RYFKM] estimated to be consumed on average each week.”

Reality Check:

Either the junkies piss on the ground, or the results have been heavily diluted – no pun intended – by a couple of orders of magnitude.

“Regional variations in drug use have also been identified with methamphetamine use shown to be most prevalent per capita in Northland, MDMA in Canterbury and cocaine in the wider Auckland region.”

Note:

You don’t have to be a certified accountant or banker to work out the wealth distribution.

Key findings [from police report, comments in brackets are by the Moderator]

• Average weekly use of the detected drugs has an estimated street value of $9.6 million. This is estimated to generate approximately $500 million [highly suspect figure] of criminal profit annually.

Methamphetamine

• Methamphetamine remains the most commonly detected illicit drug nationwide, with approximately 16kgs consumed on average each week. [The police figure is wholly inconsistent with the massive size of meth market in NZ. ]

• Detected average methamphetamine use translates to an estimated 20 million dollars ($20,606,002) per week in social harm. Annually, this could equate to more than one billion dollars ($1,071,512,099).

• Methamphetamine use is most prevalent per capita in the Northland Police District, followed by Eastern District (Hawke’s Bay).

MDMA

• MDMA was the second most commonly detected illicit drug across the country, with an estimated consumption rate of 4kg [real figure about 60kg] on average each week.

• MDMA use is most prevalent in Canterbury District, closely followed by Southern District (Southland).

Cocaine

• Cocaine was detected in low quantities, approximately 700g [the actual figure is much, much higher] on average each week. This indicates a much smaller user base and likely reflects less demand and supply associated with the drug.

• Cocaine use is significantly more prevalent in the Auckland region (per capita) than anywhere else in the country.

Fentanyl

• Overall Fentanyl consumption averaged less than 3g per week.

• The apparent prevalence of fentanyl in Northland District, compared to other districts, must be viewed with caution as detected average usage across all testing sites is extremely low.

• The aim of testing for fentanyl is to establish a baseline of consumption so, over time, Police and the Ministry of Health can determine any fluctuations in the consumption. A baseline for consumption remains unclear at present.

• As fentanyl has only been tested for very recently, it is too early to draw conclusions about what proportion of the fentanyl in wastewater is illicit.

Heroin

• Heroin was not detected at any of the testing sites between November 2018 and January 2019. This is consistent with other indicators that the opiate user population in New Zealand is very low [the jukies piss in their backyards!]

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