Saturday, July 2, 2011

Corrosion of Pipelines leading to Polluted water supply in Gondia District, Maharashtra, India

Most of the water supply lines can be seen passing through dirty water accumulated in the choked drains. In some places, where the pipelines have cracked due to age or corrosion, dirty water percolates in and is supplied to the consumers.

Executive engineer of the urban water supply authority of Gondia J P Bhutange and deputy engineer V V Bannore said the problem has become so chronic that in spite of their best efforts, they were no able to trace the holes and they have to cut the pieces of the pipelines block by block and locate the fault.

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Article Date: 8 July 2011

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