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    The environment reveals frightening and shocking numbers of pollution in the Tigris, which were thro

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    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Dec 2021, 6:18 am

    The environment reveals frightening and shocking numbers of pollution in the Tigris, which were thrown by government institutions

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    {Local: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Environment revealed shocking figures for the extent of pollution in the waters of the Tigris River carried out by government institutions.
    The official of the Disaster Risk Reduction Division in the ministry, Osama Ibrahim Muhammad, said in a press statement, "One million and 500 thousand cubic meters are dumped as liquid waste in the Tigris River in Baghdad only from factories, refineries, power plants and hospitals."
    This problem is added to the water scarcity in Iraq, which results in drinking contaminated water, according to Muhammad, who stressed that the matter "requires a serious pause from all sides to avoid this issue."
    He considered the problem "a man-made disaster affecting drinking water, which needs to be resolved as soon as possible, as it touches the lives of all citizens in Iraq."
    For his part, the Executive Director of the Society for the Protection of the Tigris River, Salman Khairallah, described the pollution of the river’s water as “thorny,” noting that “one of the defective points is that government institutions are part of the causes of pollution of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, which represent the main artery of citizens’ lives.”
    He added that "there is a great absence of readings and studies of the pollution that affected these two rivers," stressing "the difficulty of obtaining recent figures for pollution rates and the type of pollutants found near government institutions such as the Medical City, the Dora refinery or the power station south of Baghdad, and this situation not only affects the capital, but also The rest of the provinces suffer from the same problems.
    He explained that "the former Minister of Water Resources, % Hassan Al-Janabi, indicated that about 40% of the pollution of the Tigris River is caused by government institutions, in addition to the fact that the Council for the Protection and Improvement of the Environment issued a statement a few days ago in which it indicated the presence of government and private institutions that pollute the river," stressing the need for "the There is a solution to the issues of heavy water being thrown into the river."
    Khairallah believes that "solutions and alternatives exist and are clear, but they require wisdom and mature and conscious action to expedite their implementation."

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