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Pattaya urges water conservation

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PATTAYA:--While Pattaya’s anticipated water-shortage crisis appears to have been averted, city officials nonetheless are urging residents to conserve.

 

On Jan. 17, government agencies and utilities aid they are diverting water and rerouting pipes to bring enough water to the Pattaya area to hopefully prevent previously what was predicted to be the worst water shortage in five years.

 

But with Thailand’s drought still in full effect, city hall issue advice for residents and businesses to conserve water.

 

People should fill containers, ponds and water towers with excess water to hold for dry times. Cover all containers to prevent the breeding of mosquitos carrying the dengue fever virus.

 

Read more: https://www.pattayamail.com/news/pattaya-urges-water-conservation-285323

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2020-01-28—

 

 

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3 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Maybe they should hastily arrange a Naval parade ? 

Yes the last one brought a nice downpour 😋

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10 minutes ago, johng said:

Yes the last one brought a nice downpour 😋

Thanks for the reminder, that was the funniest spectacles I have ever witnessed!

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4 hours ago, Rimmer said:

they are diverting water and rerouting pipes to bring enough water to the Pattaya area to hopefully prevent previously what was predicted to be the worst water shortage in five years.

So what other area is going dry? 

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4 hours ago, Rimmer said:

they are diverting water and rerouting pipes to bring enough water to the Pattaya area

I thought they did this 10 or more years ago when there was a really bad year, for sure they put at least one pipeline in from a river, can't remember the details now!

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1 minute ago, CGW said:

I thought they did this 10 or more years ago when there was a really bad year, for sure they put at least one pipeline in from a river, can't remember the details now!

Perhaps that river is now a creek. 

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Ive a low spot in my backyard that fills with water and almost looks like a pond if I leave the sprinkler on for too long, as city hall has urged me to do so, I'll keep that pond filled with a modest top up as sunset every afternoon along with the rest of the yard.

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7 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

And cancel the 7 days of waste created by Songkran.

Greed and ignorance will not stand in the way of profit to be made during the lunacy of Pattaya's corrupted version of Sonkran.

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19 hours ago, bkk6060 said:

And cancel the 7 days of waste created by Songkran.

It's fourteen days in Pattaya - wall-to-wall wet T-shirt competitions and daft farang boys paying champagne prices for dirty water to fill up their guns.

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20 hours ago, Rimmer said:

But with Thailand’s drought still in full effect, city hall issue advice for residents and businesses to conserve water.

The PM said take less showers to conserve water.... WHO says wash your hands frequently to avoid coronavirus contamination.... decisions decisions hmmmm

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On 1/30/2020 at 7:59 AM, hotchilli said:

The PM said take less showers to conserve water.... WHO says wash your hands frequently to avoid coronavirus contamination.... decisions decisions hmmmm

So what did the water authority in Pattaya do on 28/29 Jan they cut the water supply to over half of Pattaya, that's one way of conserving water don't worry about hygiene aspect of the Coronavirus where Pinicchio is urging people to wash their hands after touching anything TIT

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With the reduction of tourists due to the corona virus the water supply should be safe.

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