The CDA’s water division ensures the functionality of filtration plants
In Islamabad, the Capital Development Authority’s Water Supply Wing has finished building 18 filtration plants and made them work so that people can drink clean water. This was reported in national newspapers on July 26. Over the course of three months, the government agency built these 18 filtration plants in the I, G, and F series. Before, the city’s drinking water came from 85 plants that cleaned the water.
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With this new change, 103 filtration plants are now up and running. The news story also said that the CDA and the Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR) lab test the quality of the water from the filtration plants every day. According to the details, all water-filtering plants are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so everyone has access to clean water. Non-Profit Organizations are said to help keep an eye on water quality and keep filtration plants in good shape (NGOs).