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Sewage treatment will remain an issue at the village’s sewage treatment plant, the town said Sunday.
The village said in a statement Sunday that residents have to treat the water that runs off of the town’s sewage to keep the health of its residents healthy.
“People living in the village are subjected to heat that can kill them. So we don’t have enough water, and we are going to have to use the sewage,” resident Gervase Hintzer said.
The village has already received more than 20,000 litres of contaminated water, the town said.
Hintzer said the water is toxic.
The town, which is about 25 kilometers (15 miles) southeast of the city of Faisalabad in north Pakistan, operates two sewage treatment plants that collect sewage from local households and then transfer it to other treatment plants, which then treat it to eliminate the toxins.
The problem of water contamination has prompted the Pakistani government jarvees.comto introduce an act to restrict exports of sewage to Pakistan that allows authorities to impose sanctions on those who break it.
In April 2013, the Islamabad High Court rejected 바카라사이트claims that Pakistan’s sewage treatment plant had broken a local ban on selling sewage to a foreign company because the company’s factory is in the United Arab Emirates, which would have opened its sewage treatment plant in Pakistan.
In June, the Islamabad High Court rejected claims that Pakistan’s sewage treatment plant used excessive amounts of sewage to treat the river that flows through the port city.
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