Entrepreneurs Demand Quality Drinking Water in Noida's Industrial Areas

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Entrepreneurs Demand Quality Drinking Water in Noida's Industrial Areas


Noida, March 9 -- The Noida Entrepreneurs Association (NEA) has complained against the inadequate availability and poor quality of drinking water supplied to various industrial areas in Noida over the last one year. Industrialists said they have to buy drinking water from the market as the water supplied to their units is not fit for consumption. NEA represents over 8,000 industrial units across Noida situated in sectors 1 to 11, 57 to 60, 63 to 67 and Phase 2 industrial area. "We have been getting inadequate supply of water for over one year. Even?the water that is?supplied is substandard and not fit for human consumption. As a result, we have been buying drinking water from the market," said Mohammad Irshad, vice president, NEA. In a letter to Rama Raman, chairman, Noida authority, the industries' body has highlighted the plight of those associated with industries in Noida. "We demand action from the authorities. The Noida authority has been collecting crores of rupees every year on account of water supplied to the industries. But neither do we get sufficient water nor is the water supplied fit for drinking," said Vipin Kumar Malhan, president, NEA. A copy of the letter has also been marked to the National Green Tribunal (NGT), chief executive officer (CEO) of Noida authority, and the district magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar. …

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