Navy installs three RO Plants
[April 28 2017]
As a part of ongoing Reverse Osmosis (RO) plant
installing project, Sri Lanka Navy installed 3 more RO Plants were
declared open at Thuruwila Vidyalaya in Anuradhapura, Thambuththegama
Central College and Alagalla in Vavuniya on Thursday (27th April 2017),
states the navy media.
Accordingly, 345 families at Alagalla Village, 480
school children of Thuruwila Vidyalaya and 680 families in the region
and 1,870 school children of Thambuththegama Central College together
with 620 families in the area will now enjoy safe drinking water with
the installed water treatment plants.
Presidential Task Force on Prevention of Chronic
Kidney Disease, Sri Lanka Navy and Firefly Mission (FFM) of Singapore
financially supported the RO Plants at Alagalla Village, Thuruwila
Vidyalaya and Thambuththegama Central College respectively.
With the navy's efficient assistance towards the RO
Plant installing project, Navy has saved up to Rs. 30 million for the
Presidential Task Force on Prevention of Chronic Kidney Disease.
Extending its service, Navy had also installed six solar powered Reverse
Osmosis plants and currently on its way to install another 30 solar
power RO Plants across the country.
Related News >>
Navy installs water treatment plant in Northern Island
Read More >>