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Pattaya communities urged to connect all homes, businesses to sewage system

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If this were to happen,Pattaya would be permanently wallowing in a Sea of filth, as the Sewage and Drainage Systems cannot cope with the volume now.

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20 hours ago, Jeremia Juxtaposed said:

Of course you are correct but blaming local communities is just wrong!

My house and all my neighbours have our own underground septic "tanks" with overflow into the drainage system which becomes a problem in rainy season (I shan't describe it). I know that if there were sewage pipes run in down our street we would all connect to it........!!!!!

 

But what I will openly say...If a connected entrepreneur wants to make a fortune in Pattaya, buy a couple of shit sucking trucks and run them in direct competition with the Government one(s)

And where does the shit sucking truck get rid of the shit???

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On 7/20/2019 at 12:00 PM, Rimmer said:

However, they said, not every home and business is connected to the city’s sewage system and/or paying utility bills. More cooperation is needed.

Is this not within the town planning departments remit?

If you build a new business or home you need town planning consent/inspection, part of that is connecting to certain utilities.... or can you just throw up what you like & connect sewage or utility services without permission?

Okay okay rhetorical question... no need to reply I'm fully aware of where I am....  

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On 7/19/2019 at 10:31 PM, jacko45k said:

Pipe dream.

Good one.  And even if they do connect to the "system", the system does not work.  The treatment plant(s) are woefully inadequate.  And knocking holes in the foundation of your houses or business to connect the stink pipe and grey water effluent is a long way off

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On 7/21/2019 at 12:55 AM, jacko45k said:

I believe if one lives in a high condo overlooking Jomtiem bay, you can see the gray water being discharged into the sea early mornings staining the waters.. 

You mean  brown trout can be spotted too ?

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yeah, we need more roads dug up to not fix the problems.....again

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