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Wed, 07 Mar 2018 18:57 - Updated Wed, 07 Mar 2018 18:57

Water flow in Kwanza and Bengo Rivers causes damages to EPAL

Luanda - The rain that has devastated Luanda in the last few days has increased the flow of the Kwanza and Bengo Rivers, dragging with them organic matter to the water capture systems, altering the quality of water to be treated, according to a note from Luanda's water supply public company EPAL.

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In a note issued Wednesday, the Public Water Company (EPAL-EP) reports that due to the rains that Luanda has registered there has been an increase in the flow of the two rivers, thus dragging a large amount of organic matter to the rivers where upstream are the systems of abstraction of water and that in this way changes the quality of raw water to be treated.

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