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Baghdad Municipality warns of water treatment plants: primitive methods of sterilization

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Baghdad Municipality warns of water treatment plants: primitive methods of sterilization

Post by rocky on Tue 14 Nov 2017, 1:57 am

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Baghdad Municipality warns of water treatment plants: primitive methods of sterilization


Baghdad / Star Ghazi 

The Ministry of Health and Environment held the responsibility of the absence of monitoring the sale of RO water and opening it without a health license, while specialists stressed that most of the owners of these stations are using unhealthy materials in the purification of water, which may pose a danger to consumer health.
"The closure of the shops of RO water filters is not part of our tasks," said Hussein Hussein, director of water for the Baghdad Municipality. "The tasks of granting leave are the responsibility of the Ministry of Health." 
He pointed out that "the ministry did not charge the owners of stations for the purification of water not licensed." 
He explained that "the owners of water purification stations are considered to bypass the waters of the shed," noting that "these use water without accountability to describe and sell to the citizen." 
He pointed out that "the Municipality of the capital has directed its municipalities to hold the owners of water purification stations as being transgressors on water networks," pointing out that "shops selling water are contrary to the controls and instructions of the municipal departments and the Ministry of Health." For his part, complained Mukhtar al-Nu'airiya area in the new Baghdad area, Mu'ayyad al-Araji said to "the extent" that "
"The problem when we measure water with a water purifier is that the reading of the meter for filtered water from private refineries has a salinity rate of 33 to 35 degrees." 
"While water drained by state-approved and licensed companies, the water-to-water ratio is 14 to 15 degrees," he said, adding that "this difference is significant in terms of health." 
On the other hand, the director of the health center in the area of ​​Nu'airiyah in the area of ​​new Baghdad, Dr. Mohammad Talib, "the range", "The pills delivered by the health centers to citizens to clear the water is different from the grain used by owners of shops and private stations of liquidation. He pointed out that "the grains used by private water stations harm the health of the citizen," asserting that "
He explained that "after the completion of medical examinations in the health center were discovered that they have intestinal diseases and blood in the blood because of the use of water is not sterilized originally from the owners of civil stations."

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