The condition of drinking water in the earthquake-hit villages of Kerman is normal

12/3/2017

 
Ali Rashidi added that in the area where there was an earthquake, there are 1,100 rural communities that were affected by the aftershocks, the water of the two villages was turbid, and the problem of the water turbidity of the two villages has also been resolved.
Rashidi said the drinking water of cities and villages is normal now and there is no problem with this area.
"The timely and effective presence of officials in these conditions will increase the public's trust in the executive agencies," said engineer Kirkhani, director of nonprofit crisis management and water and sewage engineering company Nizis.
Moving the mobile laboratory to villages that have become turbid is an effective way to ensure that drinking water quality is monitored.

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