KC Valley project in Kolar chemical mixed water pipes fishes die in lake
The death of fish
Laxmi marine lake is a fisherman’s death. Villagers are worried that small quantities of fish have died. Krishna, senior officer of the small irrigation department, KC Valley project, said the water quality test was conducted by a team of experts from the Indian Science Foundation to inform the public about water quality.
Inspection by authorities
Officials of the Environmental Pollution Control Board visited the site, collected a water sample and sent it to the lab near D&C point of Lake Laxmisagar.
Processed water is of quality – information from a team of experts
Experts have reported that Bangalore’s sewage is treated in two phases of water, and according to expert standards, the treated water in the T, D, S, D, O, and P and H sectors is of high quality. The K&C Valley said it was superficially aware that water was not the cause.
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Shashi Kumar, junior engineer of the K&C Valley Project, who was speaking on the occasion, clarified that the treatment of water is no problem for the livelihoods of treated water.
Together with the KC Valley project, the water level in the surrounding areas of the lake is improving due to the continuous flow of water to the pools, but the small irrigation department has ordered not to use the water directly.
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Meanwhile, the irrigation campaigners and farmer leaders of the district have urged the irrigation workers and farmer leaders to clean up the third stage of the irrigation project.
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