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Automated chlorination in Annanagar


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Automated chlorination in Annanagar

By the order of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Hon’ble M.K.Stalin, Chennai East District Secretary, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Minister Hon’ble P.K.Sekarbabu advised,

Villivakkam Member of Legislative Assembly Mr.A.Vetriazagan today inaugurated the automatic chlorination facility for Chennai drinking water at NVN Nagar, under Zone 8, Ward-104, Metropolitan Chennai Corporation.

104th Ward Member Mr.T.V.Shemmozhi along with Chennai Metro Water Board organized this chlorine loading facility.

In this event, 8th Zonal Committee Chairman Mr.Koo.Pee.Jain, Chennai Metro Water Board Area Engineer Mr. Jayaprakash, Area Health Officer Ms.Priyadarshini, Deputy Area Engineer Mr. Suresh, Chennai Corporation Assistant Engineer Mr. Ashok,

Sanitatary Inspector Mr. Saminathan, Health Inspector Mrs. Meena, 99A DMK Circle Secretary Mr.P.Logubabu, 95A DMK Circle In-Charge Mr.Thangaraj, Senkai Shanmugam, Pa. Ilaya, Malarkodi, Karunakanthi, Congress Munusamy and many party officials and public attended the function.

Chennai drinking water and sewage

Chlorine and chloramine are the main disinfectants used in public water systems.

Chennai Water and Sewerage Board uses chlorine or chloramines. Typically, utilities use other disinfectants such as chlorine dioxide.

Some water systems that use water from an underground water source (such as community wells) do not need to add a disinfectant.

What is drinking water chlorination?

Drinking water chlorination is the addition of chlorine to drinking water systems. This is the most common type of drinking water disinfection.

Disinfection can kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that cause disease and immediate illness.

Chlorine is useful and keeps water safe as it travels from the treatment plant to the consumer tap.

100 years ago, waterborne diseases like typhoid fever and diarrhea were a common part of life –

Also a common cause of death. In the early 1900s, cities began disinfecting drinking water supplies to kill bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms.

Both the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention consider the disinfection of drinking water one of the most important advances in public health.

Drinking Water Board regarding taste and/or odor from chlorination.

When the Chennai Water and Sewerage Board first started chlorinating, it was normal to say that people could taste and/or smell the chlorine.

Over time, any taste or smell will diminish or disappear. People usually get used to using chlorine in their water over time.

The Chennai Water and Sewerage Board works hard to keep chlorine levels in water at effective disinfection levels, while keeping taste and odor to a minimum.

Chennai Drinking Water and Sewerage Board Chlorination of drinking water protects consumers from diseases caused by water-borne microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses.

And chlorine-based disinfectants, including chloramine, provide a large residual protection from the water treatment plant to the tap.

Automated chlorination in Annanagar

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